A foreign sanctions bill signed into law by President Donald Trump included a little-noticed provision on cryptocurrencies.
Are headwinds or tailwinds for bitcoin's price in store? That depends on Washington's ability to reform corporate tax.
US immigration services are actively weighing the question of whether bitcoin can be used to pay for obligations tied to a controversial visa program.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation's work is being hampered by the criminal use of virtual currencies.
A blockchain movement is growing at the United Nations, where transparency is key to keeping the funding coming in.
As Republicans attempt to overhaul the Affordable Care Act, blockchain advocates hope modifications to the law could boost adoption of the tech.
Bitcoin ransomware threats last year meant many US government agencies were wary of blockchain, but the health department took a different view.
US regulators and officials spoke in favor of expanding the adoption of blockchain across government and the private sector at an event this week.
As US President Donald Trump's administration begins to gather momentum, what lies in store for blockchain and bitcoin regulation?
A blockchain-friendly member of Congress faced confirmation hearings on Capitol Hill yesterday in his bid to lead the Office of Management and Budget.