More than six months after the final date for application filings, only one license has been issued under New York’s BitLicense regulatory…
Bitcoin Foundation’s Regulatory Affairs Committee chair Marco Santori rounds up the biggest global regulatory developments from 2015.
Infighting between the New York State Department of Financial Services and the governor’s office has reportedly led to the resignation of key…
CoinDesk's latest research report, available to download now, takes an in-depth look at New York's BitLicense.
We've collected a few interesting tidbits you may have missed from the latest State of Bitcoin report.
21 Inc grabbed the lion's share of headlines and blog posts this week with an ambitious new product launch.
Bitcoin wallet Circle says it has become the first company to receive a BitLicense from the New York State Department of Financial Services.
The media emphasized bitcoin and the blockchain's association with crime this week, while dedicating coverage to the technology's regulatory issues.
CoinDesk is keeping track of both the companies that apply for a BitLicense and those that decide to stop operating in New York state.
Civil and criminal lawyer Jared Marx explains how US law applies to non-US cryptocurrency companies.