The SEC has issued a cease-and-desist along with a $30,000 penalty to the founder of a token sale it called "fraudulent."
FinCEN receives more than 1,500 reports every month from financial institutions regarding cryptocurrencies, a top official said Thursday.
In the third week after opening its network security up to community involvement, Tezos' beta launch has been surprisingly smooth.
Telegram has put out its first app since its ICO, but that identity play has security researchers reeling.
What can a blockchain startup do when it runs out of its own tokens? According to U Network, buy back tokens from its investors.
The Tezos Foundation is launching a grant program to encourage its community to participate on its platform starting next month.
Lawmakers in South Korea are said to be racing to make laws to regulate the sector.
Since SAFT came into to use last year, the number of companies reporting to the SEC to work in this framework has increased, CoinDesk finds.
Attempts to sort out the results of hacks and scams have resulted in a constitutional crisis.
Stealth project Cordite, led by the Royal Bank of Scotland, promises the equivalent of an ERC-20 token standard for R3's open-source Corda platform.