Crypto’s Connection to the Hong Kong Protests
An effort to change extradition laws in Hong Kong has sparked protests – and questions about digital privacy and the right to transact.
The Chamber of Digital Commerce, a blockchain advocacy group, wants a U.S. court to distinguish between an investment contract and the underlying asset used by Telegram during a 2018 initial coin offering.
Ethereum developer Virgil Griffith has been indicted in New York over allegations relating to a conference appearance in North Korea last April.
The victim firm in the ransomware attack had paid $950,000 in bitcoin to the perpetrator through an insurance company. Much of it ended up on Bitfinex.
New Zealand's Inland Revenue Department has made it legal to receive salaries in cryptocurrency, and be taxed accordingly.
New laws are strangling crypto startups before they can begin to trade.
J. Christopher Giancarlo is Chairman at U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the agency of the US government that regulates futures and options markets. This will be the last time I speak to you from the CFTC. Nevertheless, before I go, I wanted to share some thoughts, which I have been saving. My five years at […]