U.S. Attorney General Jeffrey Sessions is concerned about the use of bitcoin by dark markets online.
A new report suggests that securities regulators in North America are increasing their oversight of the blockchain funding model.
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has published a new primer on cryptocurrencies, which includes statements about ICOs.
Government secrets on a blockchain? Following recent security upgrades, Microsoft has launched a platform specifically for that purpose.
Mainstream institutional investors had some harsh critiques for the cryptocurrency and ICO token community at a recent SEC committee meeting.
Could blockchain underpin a U.S. State Department overhaul? Members of the department and blockchain startups are encouraged after a recent forum.
One New Yorker’s fight against state’s BitLicense just had a good day in court, with the judge pushing her final decision to next year.
Retail giant Overstock.com is to launch its new regulated token exchange with its own initial coin offering (ICO), according to a news report.
Cryptocurrency gambling is opening up across a large swathe of Europe, as Malta licenses eSports platform Unikrn.
The CFTC is still working on rules to define when a digital commodity like bitcoin has been “delivered,” an official has said.
The convoluted and heavily regulated U.S. healthcare system is sending blockchain startups packing, with the hopes of demonstating their tech abroad.
A US federal judge has signed off on a final judgment against GAW Miners CEO Homero Josh Garza.
The US Treasury Department has revealed that one of its agencies is launching a new blockchain pilot.
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission is reportedly making enquiries into the June “flash crash” on Coinbase’s GDAX trading platform.
The convicted operator of the Silk Road dark market has given up his claim to over $48 million raised after the sale of more than 144,000 bitcoins.