Consumers' Research has published a new white paper months after organizing a meeting of lawmakers and blockchain entrepreneurs at Bretton Woods.
Perkins Coie has hired a former NYDFS counsel who worked on the state's BitLicense regulatory framework.
The Chinese government has released some of its first research findings on blockchain technology.
The US Federal Elections Committee is quietly debating whether to reclassify how it treats bitcoin donations.
The ECB said that digital currencies like bitcoin pose a potential threat to its ability to manage monetary policy.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission is seeking more public comments as it weighs whether to approve a bitcoin ETF.
A think tank run by the European Parliament recently released a discussion paper on blockchain-based elections.
The UK crown dependency of Jersey is pushing ahead with its digital currency legislative plans.
The Federal Reserve isn't working on any blockchain applications of its own at this time, according to Fed chair Janet Yellen.
Recent developments around blockchain in Washington, DC are setting the stage for even bigger moves in the year ahead.