U.S. lawmakers questioned FinCEN director Kenneth Blanco about potential terrorist use of Facebook's libra cryptocurrency.
Two members of the U.S. House of Representatives are seeking to exempt cryptocurrencies and certain other digital assets from securities laws.
Members of the U.S. House of Representatives are asking SEC chair Jay Clayton to provide clarity on when token sales are classified as securities.
Hawaiian Representative Tulsi Gabbard bought more than $1,000 each of ethereum and litecoin last December, according to a public filing.
LabCFTC director Daniel Gorfine advocated for thoughtful regulation of the cryptocurrency space in Congressional testimony Wednesday.
Two Congressional committee hearings will examine whether crypto is the future of money, as well as what sort of regulation the space may need.
Members of the House of Representatives, the lower chamber of the U.S. Congress, must begin disclosing cryptocurrency investments that exceed $1,000.
Tuesday's blockchain hearing will specifically look at the technology's applications in supply chain management.
A hearing at the House financial services committee saw hostility from some reps, sympathy from others, and a "balanced approach" from the SEC.
Two U.S. House of Representatives subcommittees will hold a hearing next week on applications for blockchain technology.