S. Korea’s Central Bank Forms Legal Panel to Advise on Possible Digital Currency Launch
The Bank of Korea has set up a legal panel to advise on possible regulatory sticking points for a future CBDC issuance.
Konstantin Ignatov has again had his sentencing date adjourned while he continues to cooperate with U.S. prosecutors.
The District of Columbia Bar has approved crypto payments for lawyers' fees.
The New York man asked investors for loans for what he called a low-risk investment, but the DOJ said most of the money was sent to offshore gambling sites.
Following a sharp drop in the Wirecard stock price, the German shareholders' body holds EY responsible for not alerting the public sooner over the firm's accounting failures.
A Florida judge threw out a motion for sanctions against Wright saying the lawsuit over 1.1 million BTC would be better decided by a jury.
The Blockchain Association is claiming that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is wrongfully conflating Kik's exempt offering of securities during a 2017 ICO with the issuance of kin tokens