The U.K.’s new Cryptoassets Taskforce has taken the first step on its mission to "develop thinking and policy" around blockchain and cryptocurrency.
Lawmakers at CoinDesk's Consensus 2018 conference today argued that regulatory "sandboxes" may offer the best approach for blockchain innovation.
France is about to offer relief to amateur cryptocurrency investors, after a ruling by the country's Council of State.
Martin Lewis, a British personal finance writer, is suing Facebook for allowing his likeness to be used in scammers' advertisements on the platform.
Delaware's status as a go-to jurisdiction for business can't be taken for granted as tokens take off and issuers flock to blockchain-friendly states.
The European Parliament has voted for regulations to prevent the use of cryptocurrencies in money laundering and terrorism financing.
Malta is moving closer to introducing a test that would clearly define when assets derived from initial coin offerings are securities.
Over 20 European countries have jointly established a new blockchain group to share technical and regulatory expertise.
The Bank of England is examining how to maintain data privacy over a DLT network while still allowing a regulatory window into transactions.
The UK National Cyber Security Centre highlighted the rising number of browser apps which force computers to mine cryptocurrencies in a new report.