As the BitLicense application deadline nears, which bitcoin companies will stay in New York and which will go?
Former New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) superintendent Benjamin M Lawsky has said he won't advise on the BitLicense.
Entrepreneurs and investors Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss have filed an application for a limited liability trust company in New York.
The NYDFS has officially adopted the BitLicense as of its publication in the New York State Register today.
The BitLicense may have dominated media coverage this week, but a deeper dive show many of bitcoin's larger problems linger on.
With the passage of New York's final BitLicense proposal, CoinDesk seeks responses from the digital currency community on the law and its impact.
NYDFS superintendent Benjamin Lawsky released details of the final Bitlicense today, following a two-year inquiry by the New York regulator.
MIT Digital Currency Initiative director Brian Forde has published new criticism of New York's proposed bitcoin regulation.
Two weeks after closing a final round of comment, the NYDFS suggests it's moving forward to release the final BitLicense "very soon".