U.S. prosecutors in the state of Utah are moving to sell millions of dollars-worth of cryptocurrencies seized in an opioid drug case.
According to the survey by LendEDU, almost three-quarters of bitcoin investors in the U.S. plan to increase the size of their holdings next year.
Bitcoin startup BlockCypher is among those backing development for a new alternative blockchain that aims to break cryptographic ground.
Prosecutors have accused a New York woman of using credit cards to purchase bitcoin and then launder those funds to send money to ISIS.
Bank Negara Malaysia published draft guidelines for cryptocurrency exchanges to report their usage statistics to prevent illicit transactions.
In a newly released patent application, Intel describes how it could run genetic sequencing operations on a blockchain.
Denmark's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has released a new report on the applicability of blockchain to foreign aid.
Gibraltar will publish guidance explaining how to apply its new blockchain legislation to startups on Friday.
A Greek court has given the green light for the U.S. extradition of Alexander Vinnik, the alleged former operator of bitcoin exchange BTC-e.