US advocacy group Coin Center has said that an anti-money laundering bill before the Senate could disrupt existing rules for digital currency firms.
The head of one of the world's largest financial organizations has issued new comments addressing blockchain trends.
Bitcoins amassed by those behind the huge malware attack are being watched by the authorities. Can they retrieve the funds and not get caught?
In this opinion piece, a bitcoin industry founder seeks to unpack the digital currency's lingering reputation issues.
Digital currencies were deemed a “low” risk for money laundering and terrorism financing in a report published last month by the UK government.
A Scottish bitcoin trader had thousands of pounds returned to him after they were seized by police during a money laundering investigation in May.
Digital currency exchanges and gateways need to be tightly regulated to prevent money laundering and terrorism financing, says the latest FATF report.
A new report by Europol examines the role of bitcoin in money laundering schemes and dark net organised crime.
Three Italian institutions have issued new warnings on bitcoin, calling for legislation to eliminate regulatory ambiguity and illicit use.
The Bank of Russia issued new statements suggesting it is still evaluating its treatment of bitcoin and digital currencies.