Prosecutors in Germany have made an emergency sale of cryptocurrencies seized in two investigations due to concerns over price volatility.
A former U.S. Department of Justice section head has been hired to help drive sales of Bitfury's Crystal, a blockchain tracking product.
Prosecutors in South Korea have raided the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the country, UPbit, over suspected fraud, according to a report.
China's Ministry of Public Security has developed a blockchain system aimed to more securely store evidence collected during police investigations.
Unlike money in the bank, cryptocurrency can't be unilaterally seized by governments, clawing back a modicum of power for the individual.
Japanese law enforcement officials have released new figures about cryptocurrency-related fraud during 2017.
BTC-e says it will publish more frequent updates about its recovery plans after August 31, according to a newly released statement.
A research office backed by a number of U.K. police groups has proposed changing the country’s laws to make seizing bitcoin holdings easier.
National police forces in Europe are seeking new cash for research on how to tackle cybercrimes involving digital currency.
A number of digital currency groups and businesses are partnering with law enforcement agencies on a new public-private discussion forum.