A bitcoin trader has been jailed and fined over $1.1 million for stealing bitcoin and litecoin, and then defrauding investors to repay the loss.
The Korean Bar Association has called on the government to introduce blockchain regulations, ASAP.
A bitcoin trader from California has pleaded guilty to operating an unlicensed money transmission business and now faces up to five years in prison.
The Supreme Court of India has asked the government to give its view on cryptocurrencies, amid fallout from a ruling by the central bank in April.
An arbitration body in China has said bitcoin should be legally protected as a property, despite the central bank's ban on crypto trading.
The CFTC has won a legal battle against a New York resident and his company for running a Ponzi scheme centered around bitcoin.
The South Korean government will decide in November whether it will again permit initial coin offerings in the country.
A U.S. judge has sided with the Commodity and Futures Trading Commission in a fraud lawsuit, ruling cryptocurrencies are commodities.
The U.S. Department of Justice has won the right to confiscate money and items Alexandre Cazes enjoyed from his dark web e-commerce empire's riches.
The Reserve Bank of India has argued at the Supreme Court that bitcoin cannot be recognized as either money or currency.