Bithumb, one of the largest crypto exchanges in South Korea by trading volume, confirmed a hack of $31 million worth of cryptos on its platform today.
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.
A group of hackers have allegedly colluded with computer maintenance firms in China to place malware on internet cafe computers to mine cryptos.
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.
A city government in China is mulling the creation of a "blockchain digital asset exchange," but no one is quite sure what it means.
South Korea-based Coinrail has not disclosed the exact amount lost in the breach, but data suggests the damage could be $40 million.
South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb has been found not guilty of tax evasion, but now faces a massive tax bill, according to reports.
A South Korean police department says execs at crypto exchange Coinone will be charged over claims its margin trading service is illegal gambling.
The Financial Service Agency is reportedly planning to deny a registration application filed by a crypto exchange over KYC failings.