Candidates for public office in California may soon be able to accept cryptocurrencies as donations, though the practice has not yet been codified.
A federal judge ruled against Monkey Capital after finding it defrauded victims in an initial coin offering.
The U.S. Senate will host a hearing on blockchain's energy use and whether the tech can be used to protect infrastructure next week.
If our goal is mass adoption, blockchain and crypto firms should work closely with regulators and come up with new ways to solve big thorny problems.
The legal woes of biotech company-turned-crypto miner Riot Blockchain don't appear to be slowing down.
The American Association of Insurance Services is turning to IBM Blockchain to support a new automated insurance reporting tool.
Several blockchain associations in South Korea are pushing back against a government proposal they fear will stifle industry innovation.
Prime Trust, a Nevada trust company, says it can handle custody for bitcoin, ether and any token issued on ethereum under the ERC-20 standard.
A district judge has slapped down an investor's effort to move a lawsuit against payments firm Ripple to a lower court.
The SEC has issued a cease-and-desist along with a $30,000 penalty to the founder of a token sale it called "fraudulent."