Battle-Testing Lightning: 26 Schools Start Contest to Secure Bitcoin’s Layer 2
by Alyssa Hertig
India has sent tax notices to tens of thousands of cryptocurrency owners within its borders.
Bulgaria's government has revealed it is part of an international crackdown of OneCoin.
Cryptocurrency exchange OKCoin is reportedly moving to launch in South Korea – possibly as soon as next month.
The Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings announced it had invested in blockchain startup Electron to develop an asset management platform.
The PBoC's Beijing division has reportedly issued a document requiring payment services to stop facilitating crypto trading activities.
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission brought two lawsuits against allegedly fraudulent cryptocurrency investment schemes yesterday.
Massachusetts' securities enforcement office is suing a resident and his company for selling unregistered securities in a token sale.
The chief innovation officer at the U.S. regulator for national banks details the agency's efforts to support fintech while still mitigating risk.
With its recovery stalled, bitcoin needs a quick break above $12,500 or the tide may turn in favor of the bears.
An organization of global securities regulators has issued a notice alerting investors to the perceived risks associated with initial coin offerings.
An SEC letter states there are "significant investor protection issues" to be examined before opening up crypto-ETFs to retail investors.
The Brazilian state wants to pay for feasibility studies with a token designed for the construction industry. Can such a coin achieve network effect?
The European Central Bank is soliciting questions for its president, Mario Draghi, specifying that cryptocurrencies should be a topic.