BlockFi advertisement in Washington D.C.'s Union Station (CoinDesk archives)

BlockFi Says It's Taken Major Step Toward Emerging From Bankruptcy

The beleaguered lender’s restructuring plan may soon be finalized, pending a bankruptcy judge’s approval, BlockFi said in a notice to creditors.

Sep 29, 2023
Kyle Davies, Su Zhu, Mark Lamb (Kyle Davies/Twitter)

Bankrupt Crypto Hedge Fund 3AC's Su Zhu Apprehended in Singapore, Liquidator Says

Co-founder of the Three Arrows Capital hedge fund was seized at Changi airport, Teneo said

Sep 29, 2023
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Gemini to Cease Offering Crypto Services in Netherlands in November

The exchange said it is taking the step due to requirements imposed by the De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB).

Sep 29, 2023



Tom Duff Gordon, Vice President International Policy at Coinbase.
Europe’s Crypto Industry Wants Staking Clarity as Regulations Loom

The EU and UK may both be contemplating new rules to cover crypto staking — as regulatory action in Switzerland and Singapore offers a cautionary tale.

Sep 28, 2023
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2 Small Wins For Sam Bankman-Fried

Bankman-Fried had a few small wins in court, but his big challenge – securing a temporary release – may be decided later today.

Sep 28, 2023
Why Binance and Banking Giant MUFG Want to Issue Stablecoins in Japan

Binance Japan and Mitsubishi UFJ bank want to help with the country's Web3 ambitions by issuing stablecoins.

Sep 26, 2023
Republicans in the House of Representatives may force a government shutdown that could slow down crypto's U.S. progress. (Jesse Hamilton/CoinDesk)
U.S. Shutdown, Assuming It Doesn’t Run Long, Will Slow, Not Cripple Crypto Efforts

Experts suggest that the courts and the SEC will keep rolling if the government is shuttered, but an already sluggish interaction with federal officials may be slowed even further.

Sep 25, 2023