An investor and three founders are being sued in a landmark cryptocurrency case centered on the ethereum decentralized application Augur.
A former Digital Asset executive and a long-time securities lawyer have started a new law firm that will focus exclusively on blockchain clients.
It's the combination of internal and external rules that ultimately dictates how blockchain-based platforms will operate, says Primavera De Filippi.
A framework that strives to enable compliant U.S. token sales may have come under fire in the press, but it's still widely used by entrepreneurs.
While fraud and 'bad actors' are a concern in the crypto industry, US Rep. Patrick McHenry says Congress should not rush to regulate.
The Bermuda Monetary Authority has published a consultation paper that is seeking public feedback on a proposed regulation on cryptocurrencies.
Defendants from My Big Coin Pay, which is being sued by the CFTC for fraud, argue that the agency lacks jurisdiction over the case.
Two crypto exchanges in Japan are reportedly set to close amid growing regulatory scrutiny from regulators in the wake of a $500 million theft.
Arizona House Bill 2602, which would protect blockchain node operators from local regulations, was approved by two Senate committees.
The Tennessee Senate Ways and Means Committee has voted to advance a bill banning public retirement trusts from investing in cryptocurrencies.