At the Token 2049 conference in Hong Kong, Asia's vibrant market for cryptocurrencies and ICOs took the spotlight.
This mania is incentivizing the formation of collaborative networks of developers and entrepreneurs. Their ideas will shape the economy of the future.
Decentralized encyclopedia startup Everipedia announced it would airdrop its IQ tokens to members in June.
Bermuda is drafting ICO regulation in the hopes of creating a friendly environment for crypto businesses, the island's premier has said.
A politician from Venezuela's ruling party has denounced U.S. sanctions against the petro, as the sale of the token opens to the public.
The Israel Securities Authority also proposed an ICO sandbox in a recent report now in the hands of the agency's chair, who will decide how to proceed
"Stablecoins" continue to be a much sought-after tech for ICOs, and a new one, Fragments, now boasts investment from True, Pantera and FBG.
The SEC's actions against U.S. ICOs appear to not only be discouraging innovation, they're leaving even experts confused about the state of play.
Scrapping public tokens for free airdrops has become the new way crypto issuers are building communities and even keeping themselves out of trouble.
Stream had a plan to launch its product, sell its tokens to investors and give away 500 million more. That's all on hold now, as SEC action looms.