A former Indian politician allegedly involved in a $1.3 million bitcoin extortion case has been declared a "proclaimed offender" by a local court.
Japan's Financial Service Agency is further cracking down on what it considers lax compliance with AML rules at larger, licensed exchanges.
While the thought may disappoint cypherpunks, the first step of a transition toward a true "money of the people" will be implemented by central banks.
A group of hackers have allegedly colluded with computer maintenance firms in China to place malware on internet cafe computers to mine cryptos.
Those working for the executive branch of the U.S. government must disclose their cryptocurrency holdings, ethics officials said Monday.
Ukrainian authorities have arrested four individuals suspected of operating fake cryptocurrency exchanges.
South Korea's central bank has announced that it does not plan to launch its own digital currency over fears it could destabilize the economy.
Digital payments startup Square has received a BitLicense through the NY Department of Financial Services.
To most banks in the U.S., cryptocurrency businesses are pariahs. To Metropolitan Commercial Bank in New York, they're "pioneers."
The Bank of International Settlements intends to publish two cryptocurrency-focused chapters of its annual report this weekend.