Coinbase formed a Political Action Committee, though it is unclear which candidates it plans to support at this time.
The exchange says it has got the go-ahead to acquire three regulated firms, the first step in a plan to offer tokens deemed as securities in the U.S.
Twelve Russian officials indicted for hacking into Democratic National Committee email accounts allegedly used cryptocurrencies, the DOJ announced.
A judge in New York has postponed a decision on a crypto fraud lawsuit until the CFTC can explain how it calculated damages.
The CFTC is wrapping up its case against accused fraudster Patrick McDonnell – but the hearings in New York this week have been anything but simple.
Two Nevada men have settled with the SEC over alleged illicit trading of a claimed blockchain company's stock.
The U.S. financial self-regulatory body is asking member firms to submit every detail of their existing or future activities in cryptocurrency.
A third investor in three months is suing Ripple on grounds that the XRP cryptocurrency is a security issued by the firms.
Tax authorities from five different nations are coming together to combat international financial crimes, with a focus on cryptocurrencies.
Since SAFT came into to use last year, the number of companies reporting to the SEC to work in this framework has increased, CoinDesk finds.