The U.K. Treasury Committee has today announced that it will conduct an investigation into issues around cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology.
The Finnish government has released guidelines prescribing how authorities must handle the 2,000 bitcoin confiscated since 2016.
South Korea has doubled down on its commitment to eliminating the use of cryptocurrency in illicit activities, but played down more serious proposals.
John Perry Barlow fought for an open internet. Late in life, he cautioned blockchain innovators that the technology could be liberating or oppressive.
A senior official from Taiwan's executive branch has cautioned on the potential impact of cryptocurrencies on the island's financial stability.
Italy has published a proposed set of cryptocurrency regulations that are designed to enforce EU anti-money laundering rules.
An Illinois government task force is eyeing blockchain tech in the management of state citizens' identification and tokenizing public sector assets.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is working to expose transactions made by drug traffickers using cryptocurrencies to hide their trails.
A new Virginia bill would form a subcommittee to research the impact of implementing blockchain technology within the state's government.
The National Institution for Transforming India is exploring blockchain's application in education, health and other sectors.