EEA welcomes new members to its legal group.
Convicted cryptocurrency executive Josh Garza may see his sentencing for wire fraud postponed until next year, court records show.
No, code is not law. But if the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance’s new members have anything to say about it, that might someday change.
Bank of America is emerging as one of the most active banks when it comes to filing patents over claimed innovations in blockchain and cryptocurrency.
A new patent filing suggests global exchange operator Nasdaq has a particular interest in protecting blockchain-based order-matching technology.
The SEC has moved to suspend the trading of shares in a Texas-based company over suspicions about its planned initial coin offering.
The police have reportedly seized a total of €400,000, including nearly €100,000 in cash that was discovered hidden behind a spare tire in a garage during the arrest.
The recent SEC ruling that Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) must comply with securities registration laws had resulted in apprehensions that ICOs may dry up in the US. However…
Australia’s war on cash continues with new proposals under consideration to punish consumers who do not have receipts for purchases.
One of the ICO sector’s most active advisory firms speaks out on its view of the SEC’s recent guidance – and it’s mostly in agreement with the agency.
Bitcoin.de, the largest German exchange, gave police personal data from its users without a court order.
GitHub is facing a potential legal challenge from OKPAY after suggestions from users its CEO was “working closely” with Bitcoin Exchange BTC-e.
Efforts to regulate the use of cryptocurrencies in South Korea are moving forward with a proposed series of legislative amendments. The post South Korean Lawmaker Seeks to Tighten Cryptocurrency Rules appeared first on CoinDesk. Source
Regardless of how you see the future of cryptocurrencies, one thing that needs to be addressed urgently is ensuring compliance with national laws.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has published three new filings from financial giant Bank of America. Source