The SEC is suing an ICO organizer and his company, alleging that they claimed the agency had approved its sale.
Blockchain.info has hired former Noble Bank chief compliance officer Ben Melnicki as its new global regulatory counsel.
Economist Nouriel Roubini and Coin Center's Peter Van Valkenburgh will testify about crypto and blockchain before a U.S. Senate committee today.
The South Korean government will decide in November whether it will again permit initial coin offerings in the country.
Bitcoin futures firm 1Broker, which had its website seized after being charged with violating a number of U.S. federal laws, will reopen withdrawals.
A new report by the Financial Stability Board found that crypto assets pose no threat to financial stability at present, but should be monitored.
The SEC is trying to subpoena an investment trust company as part of a probe into alleged fraud involving claims of a $100 million ICO.
A Coinbase executive has said that the crypto exchange's licensing application in Japan is ongoing and will "certainly" be completed in 2019.
Singapore's central bank is building relationships to ensure local crypto-focused startups receive domestic banking services.
Taiwanese congressman Jason Hsu has proposed an amendment to the nation's money laundering laws to include cryptocurrencies.