Unikrn, an e-sport betting firm that conducted an ICO last year, is now facing a class action suit accusing it of violating US securities law.
A motion to dismiss a class action lawsuit against Tezos' $232 million ICO was denied on Tuesday by a U.S. judge.
The Tezos Foundation is launching a grant program to encourage its community to participate on its platform starting next month.
After infighting brought months of delays, Tezos investors finally seemed about to receive their crypto tokens. Then something unexpected happened...
Bitcoin Suisse AG, a cryptocurrency brokerage listed as a defendant in a lawsuit against Tezos, has filed a motion to dismiss the case against it.
Following a board shake-up, the Tezos Foundation announced it would hire up to 40 new developers to work on the Tezos protocol.
Johann Gevers and Diego Pons, the last original members of the Tezos Foundation Board, have voluntarily stepped down from their positions.
The SEC's denial of a FOIA request for records about the troubled blockchain project does not state that Tezos is under investigation.
Tezos may be embroiled in a back-room brawl, but what does this mean for the funds raised at ICO? The answer to that question isn't so clear.
The Tezos organization is being sued for a fourth time, in this case to freeze the funds raised during its ICO.