The move comes after the Spanish finance ministry called the use of cryptocurrencies in organized crime a "pressing challenge."
Liechtenstein's government is drafting blockchain legislation, but will not be heavy-handed, Prime Minister Adrian Hasler has told CoinDesk.
The Crown Prince of Liechtenstein says his family might invest in cryptocurrencies and that he sees a future for the blockchain.
The crypto landscape in Dublin has changed rapidly, and with an enthusiasm perhaps disproportionate to the city's scale.
Japan-based bitcoin exchange bitFlyer has opened a new EU branch after receiving regulatory approval in Luxembourg.
What if an ICO is just an ICO? Eva Kaili argues regulations need more imaginative approaches to blockchain.
Ethereum development startup ConsenSys is expanding to London.
European Central Bank board member Benoît Cœuré says that the group is following bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, but do not consider them…
Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank (ECB), has said that cryptocurrencies are not "mature" enough to be regulated.