Two men in South Korea have been sentenced for building a bitcoin pyramid scheme that swindled around $20 million from investors.
Police in China have arrested the founders of a claimed cryptocurrency pyramid scheme that amassed $13 million from over 13,000 people.
A New York resident has been indicted on fraud charges for tricking residents into investing in worthless binary options and a proprietary token.
A Philippines senator is seeking to speed up the passage of legislation that would increase the penalties for crimes involving cryptocurrencies.
The FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center warned against criminals who pretend to be tech support for crypto exchanges.
In new filings, the CFTC alleges that former bitcoin binary options trader accused of fraud is trying to avoid authorities.
While cryptocurrencies aren't companies, the Elizabeth Holmes case serves as a reminder you should ignore the charisma of founders.
CoinDesk has identified several websites claiming to sell Telegram's gram token, but the sale is known to be a private placement effort.
A report from China's Beijing News says copywriters in China are offering to fabricate ICO white papers for a fee.
Another lawsuit seeking class-action status has been filed in Florida against BitConnect.