VC firms Andreessen Horowitz and Union Square Ventures reportedly met with the SEC in March to request that tokens be exempted from SEC oversight.
An exchange that left New York in 2015 has been contacted by the state's Attorney General. They're not happy about it.
The man who claimed to be bitcoin's founder won't stand for this "attempted shakedown" in U.S. federal court.
Riot Blockchain has received a subpoena from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Some of the cryptocurrency exchanges named today in the New York Attorney General's "inquiry" into the ecosystem say they welcome the move.
A New York resident has been indicted on fraud charges for tricking residents into investing in worthless binary options and a proprietary token.
Like elsewhere in crypto taxation, the rules for funds are far from straightforward, and discrepancies may lead to non-intuitive outcomes.
A flood of misplaced Twitter love has pushed the #FUDBuster to set the record straight.
The spreadsheet got more and more complicated, until one day it took two minutes to load.
Tax firm Credit Karma reported that less than 1 in 250 users reported cryptocurrency gains or losses on their tax forms.