Bitcoin infrastructure company Blockstream has expanded its partnership with IT firm Digital Garage to boost blockchain development in Japan.
The European Parliament has released a research paper that touts blockchain in the prevention of odometer fraud or "clocking."
Prosecutors in the Russian state of Tatarstan have issued a warning to a local businessman about two bitcoin ATMs.
The State Bank of India is planning to beta launch smart contracts and blockchain-based know-your-customer processes.
A former executive of the National Depository of Ukraine left because of politics, but found "game-changing" opportunities in blockchain.
The ICO neighborhood, so to speak, is cleaning up, though University of Dublin's Paul Ennis suggests this may not exactly be a future to fear.
How to structure token sales that comply with securities laws open participation to a diverse range of purchasers and enhance value for all involved.
The European Central Bank's Ewald Nowotny has said that China's recent crackdown has brought new focus on cryptocurrency regulations.
Class-action litigators in the U.S. appear to be positioning for a potential pop in the hot initial coin offering market.
The court asked India's central bank and several government agencies to respond to a petition that expressed concern about tax dodges and ransomware.