A D.C. conference focused on blockchain legal challenges has highlighted the possibility of regulatory turbulence in the token exchange sector.
The nation of Malta is taking steps to legalize bitcoin and cryptocurrency for use in its domestic gaming industry.
Non-profits are fast waking up to the possibilities offered by blockchain, but implementing real-world solutions will be anything but easy.
CoinDesk profiles a recent effort to educate US lawmakers on the impact and benefits of blockchain technology in Washington, DC.
Distributed ledger startup Symbiont gave a demo of how blockchain could be used to rethink share trading at a congressional event this week.
The Indian Ocean nation of Mauritius is seeking to turn itself into an incubator for Asia and Africa's blockchain expansion.
The World Bank is launching a blockchain lab to develop projects that can improve governance and social outcomes in the developing world.
In a new interview with CoinDesk, ASIC chairman Greg Medcraft opens up about how the regulator is observing blockchain innovation.
Dan Larimer says his new project has an infinitely scalable blockchain, but skeptics doubt the controversial figure's ability to pull it off.
A new law in Nevada is paving the way for the US state's broad bid to attract new blockchain startups.