A city district in southern China is using blockchain to streamline government services for its one million residents.
OneCoin doesn't have a license to operate in Vietnam despite claims to the contrary, the government said this week.
While SegWit2x has significant support, according to some in the bitcoin community, the group is closing off software development to outsiders.
The United Nations is eyeing blockchain as part of its fight against climate change.
The law enforcement agency received more than 2,600 complaints about ransomware last year, according to a new report.
US advocacy group Coin Center has said that an anti-money laundering bill before the Senate could disrupt existing rules for digital currency firms.
To prevent regulation falling behind innovation, the Accounting Blockchain Coalition launched five working groups at an event this week.
The Ukraine government has revealed plans to trial a land registry system underpinned by blockchain technology.
Could cryptocurrency rewards demonstrate the value of the technology and ultimately help bring mass adoption? Jaywalk CEO Rich Svinkin believes so.
A major China-based exchange has launched a new quantitative analysis tool designed to help traders make long-term cryptocurrency investments.
Coinbase is appealing a court decision from earlier this month in a lawsuit filed on behalf of customers of Cryptsy.
Cryptocurrency is being cited by the FBI as a reason it needs to increase its spending in an effort to combat more advanced cybercrime.
The US government’s main logistical agency is looking at blockchain as a way to re-envision its contract review process.