Netherlands Plans to Punish Crypto Scammers With Up to 6 Years in Jail
The Dutch government is about to get tougher with fraudulent schemes involving banking apps and cryptocurrencies.
It could be a harbinger of a radical shift in social media infrastructure, depending on the execution.
The New York Department of Financial Services has outlined a new approach to approving what coins crypto exchanges can list in the Empire State.
ConsenSys, the ethereum blockchain development company with hubs around the globe, has shut down key operations in India and the Philippines.
Credit cards and bank transfers – and their incumbent surveillance features – are no longer payment options for Greek citizens, they are obligations.
Hacks, futures, settlements, flippenings, geopolitical conflict – 2019 had it all.
China's securities watchdog is reported to be hiring Yao Qian, the former head of the central bank's digital currency initiative, as the chief of its new tech regulation bureau.
Developers using the platform now have a place to manage and monitor transactions.
Decentralized systems forsake scale, speed and cost in favor of one key feature: censorship resistance. Get used to it.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged Shopin and its founder Eran Eyal with fraud after a $42 million initial coin offering. The SEC announced Wednesday that Eyal had been charged with defrauding investors by selling unregistered securities in the form of Shopin Tokens. While Eyal was supposed to develop a platform which […]
With markets continuing their slide, today we're looking at NIke's recent tokenized shoe patent and the ECB's digital currency discussions. Later, we're joined by CoinDesk analyst Galen Moore for some insight into exchange fees, token listings and more...