Despite early skepticism on its tech amid a record-setting ICO, millions of dollars is now being traded each week by blockchain project Bancor.
The Japanese government said today that inspections will take place at 15 unlicensed cryptocurrency exchanges in light of a recent major hack.
In recent weeks, Coinbase users have voiced a litany of complaints about the U.S. mega-exchange: missing wires, unreleased bitcoin, disabled accounts.
The Treasury undersecretary has called for other nations to regulate cryptocurrencies to help protect the financial system and national security.
Since Coincheck partially resumed business activities following its recent hack, investors have flocked to withdraw millions from the exchange.
South Korea has doubled down on its commitment to eliminating the use of cryptocurrency in illicit activities, but played down more serious proposals.
Cryptocurrency startup Coinbase said Tuesday that its U.S.-based users won't be able to add new credit cards as a payment option.
The Canadian Securities exchange will launch a blockchain-based clearing and settlement platform for security token offerings.
South Korea is considering adopting a system similar to New York's "BitLicense" for the regulation of cryptocurrency exchanges, a report states.
China's state-owned news agency is taking aim at over-the-counter and crypto-to-crypto trading that still remains active in the country.