San Francisco startup Ripple has become the second blockchain firm to receive a BitLicense in New York.
New York bitcoin exchange Gemini has officially added its second digital currency, ether, the token that powers the Ethereum network.
More than six months after the final date for application filings, only one license has been issued under New York’s BitLicense regulatory…
Infighting between the New York State Department of Financial Services and the governor’s office has reportedly led to the resignation of key…
Bitcoin exchange Gemini has received two key approvals from the NYDFS that move it closer to launching services in the US.
ItBit has hired former NYDFS general counsel Daniel "Danny" Alter as its general counsel and chief compliance officer.
The media emphasized bitcoin and the blockchain's association with crime this week, while dedicating coverage to the technology's regulatory issues.
CoinDesk has spoken to various bitcoin companies to breakdown the cost of the BitLicense application process both in monetary and non-monetary terms.
The New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) has revealed that it has so far received 22 BitLicense applications.
Former New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) superintendent Benjamin M Lawsky has said he won't advise on the BitLicense.