Amended Lawsuit Against Ripple Now Offers Theory That XRP May Not Be a Security
While the lawsuit against Ripple Labs still alleges the firm broke securities laws, the plaintiffs now seem to be hedging their bets.
The District of Columbia Bar has approved crypto payments for lawyers' fees.
SEC Chairman Jay Clayton has been nominated to become the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, replacing U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman, who said he had not resigned.
A Russian court convicted two men for extortion, but did not force them to return over $900,000 in crypto since crypto has no legal definition as property. Other courts have taken a different view.
The U.S. District Court of Georgia has denied a subpoena request by the exchange's parent firm as it tries to track down a missing $850 million.
In the fallout from a massive hack of the New Zealand cryptocurrency exchange, users at last have a little good news.
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.
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 […]