Two members of the U.S. House of Representatives are seeking to exempt cryptocurrencies and certain other digital assets from securities laws.
Washington understands cryptocurrency better than this week's circus on Capitol Hill suggests, writes Michael J. Casey.
Members of the House of Representatives, the lower chamber of the U.S. Congress, must begin disclosing cryptocurrency investments that exceed $1,000.
A new bill has been introduced in the US Congress that would create a tax exemption for some purchases made with cryptocurrency.
A recent Congressional hearing saw the non-profit blockchain advocacy group Coin Center call for a federal approach to money services licensure.
Insurance market advisors to the US Treasury Department are set to discuss blockchain tech this week.
A Congressional committee has called on the Commodity Futures Trading Commission to focus on digital currency regulation.
Recent developments around blockchain in Washington, DC are setting the stage for even bigger moves in the year ahead.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission is set to discuss blockchain at an upcoming public forum.