Malta's government has proposed new rules for investment funds that plan to invest in cryptocurrencies.
Two small islands are showing us how blockchain-friendly legislation can help encourage development that could affect the whole industry.
Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank (ECB), has said that cryptocurrencies are not "mature" enough to be regulated.
The Swedish Enforcement Agency concluded its week-long bitcoin auction, making nearly 50 percent more than the past market rate.
Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar has charted an ambitious course for blockchain in the European country.
The Swedish government is to hold a week-long bitcoin auction, starting today, with 0.6 BTC for up for grabs.
A cryptocurrency bill has been submitted to Ukraine's national legislature, setting the stage for new regulations in the country.
Major European airline Lufthansa is partnering with a startup called Winding Tree to develop a blockchain-based travel marketplace with its own token.
Cryptocurrency gambling is opening up across a large swathe of Europe, as Malta licenses eSports platform Unikrn.
France is moving toward formal rules around initial coin offerings, a senior regulator has said.