Mainstream institutional investors had some harsh critiques for the cryptocurrency and ICO token community at a recent SEC committee meeting.
Could blockchain underpin a U.S. State Department overhaul? Members of the department and blockchain startups are encouraged after a recent forum.
Cryptocurrency gambling is opening up across a large swathe of Europe, as Malta licenses eSports platform Unikrn.
Oracle has become the latest tech major to launch a cloud-based blockchain services platform. But is it cannibalizing its core business with the move?
The convoluted and heavily regulated U.S. healthcare system is sending blockchain startups packing, with the hopes of demonstating their tech abroad.
A conference in Washington this week saw officials from the U.S. government reaffirm their commitment to investigating possible blockchain use cases.
Public companies like AMD and Nvidia are benefiting from a surge in cryptocurrency mining, but analysts say they may not be ready to commit…
The US agency charged with mitigating the spread of infectious disease is turning to blockchain in a bid to improve efficiency – and save lives.
J. Christopher Giancarlo, CFTC chair, has called on government agencies to embrace blockchain, saying it's in the national interest to do so.
Arizona legislators are turning the state into a blockchain hub by making smart contracts legally binding, and startups are taking the bait.