European Central Bank president Mario Draghi reiterated his view that cryptocurrencies are too small to regulate on Monday.
The foreign exchange office of the Moroccan government has stated that the use of cryptocurrencies can lead to penalties under existing rules.
The Russian minister of communications and mass media said yesterday that the country will not consider the legalization of digital currencies.
Bitcoin infrastructure company Blockstream has expanded its partnership with IT firm Digital Garage to boost blockchain development in Japan.
Distributed ledger startup R3 is moving to more deeply integrate its Corda platform with Microsoft's Azure cloud service.
The European Parliament has released a research paper that touts blockchain in the prevention of odometer fraud or "clocking."
Ethereum development startup ConsenSys is expanding to London.
Prosecutors in the Russian state of Tatarstan have issued a warning to a local businessman about two bitcoin ATMs.
Options exchange CBOE has released early specifications for its planned bitcoin futures product.
The State Bank of India is planning to beta launch smart contracts and blockchain-based know-your-customer processes.
The domain name Ethereum.com is up for grabs, according to reports. The cost? Around $10 million.
CME Group's planned bitcoin futures product could start trading on Dec. 11, according to the firm's website.
Financial firms including JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs have carried out equity swaps over a DLT system.