A bill that blocks gun use from being tracked using blockchain tech will soon be signed into law in Arizona.
Two Ohio prisoners conducted an identity fraud scheme using bitcoin and homemade computers, a new report reveals.
Legislators in Washington state have put the finishing touches on new rules for businesses that offer digital currency services.
A notable cryptocurrency case could advance to court as soon as early 2018, according to new filings.
Arno Laeven argues that organisations setting out to explore blockchain with a view to adoption need to manage their expectations.
Should the bitcoin network split into rival chains, those impacted in the fallout may be unable to turn to courts for recourse, lawyers say.
In a petition to the SEC, an exchange affiliated with a failed bitcoin investment product is pushing back against a rejection by regulators.
A recent issue with Dole's public stock highlights the potential for blockchain in capital markets, proponents say.
A lawmaker in California has proposed prohibiting the use of bitcoin and other digital currencies for private raffles.
Impending EU laws, although not aimed directly at the blockchain industry, could prove impactful to its practices, says attorney Jacek Czarnecki.