A public company in China is being questioned over a blockchain claim that appeared to drive a rally in its stock price.
Bitcoin's corrective rally may gather traction, however, the overall outlook remains bearish as long as prices stay below $11,700.
Following in the footsteps of Facebook and Google, Twitter is reportedly planning a ban on advertisements related to cryptocurrencies.
The bankruptcy trustee for the defunct Mt. Gox exchange has denied that the sale of $400 million in BTC and BCH caused the recent drop in prices.
Plattsburgh imposed an 18-month halt on new commercial cryptomining operations, but indicated it could end sooner if protections are put in place.
A group of central bank regulators and government ministers said Sunday that cryptocurrencies don't pose a risk to global financial stability.
Arizona House Bill 2602, which would protect blockchain node operators from local regulations, was approved by two Senate committees.
Tech giant Intel has moved to protect a custom system for digital rights management built on a blockchain.
The co-founder of PayPal says there will be only one online equivalent to gold, and bitcoin, as the 'biggest' cryptocurrency, will triumph.
Stephanie Avakian, a co-director of the U.S. SEC's Enforcement Division, said the agency is investigating "dozens" of ICO campaigns.