Dan Larimer says his new project has an infinitely scalable blockchain, but skeptics doubt the controversial figure's ability to pull it off.
A new law in Nevada is paving the way for the US state's broad bid to attract new blockchain startups.
A hearing at US congressional subcommittee yesterday saw discussion of the role cryptocurrencies play in cybercrime.
Blockchain advocates are trying to recast the narrative surrounding bitcoin as recent upticks in ransomware trouble Capitol Hill.
Led by the large tech companies, Financial Innovation Now hopes to lobby Congress into setting up unified federal money transmission rules.
Mauritius is luring blockchain innovators with its friendly regulatory environment and connections to countries with large unbanked populations.
As Republicans attempt to overhaul the Affordable Care Act, blockchain advocates hope modifications to the law could boost adoption of the tech.
A new service from crypto monitoring firm Elliptic is aimed to help banks better scrutinize new bitcoin businesses.
Top business schools are beginning to compete for blockchain talent amidst what professors say is a changing Wall Street job market.
Moody's predicts that blockchain will disrupt the post-trade side of the securities business, but perhaps not in the way you think.