A bipartisan bill introduced to the U.S. House of Representatives this week proposes creating a "consensus-based definition of blockchain."
More than 80 representatives from a variety of cryptocurrency projects and companies spent four hours calling for clarity around ICOs and tokens.
The U.S. state of Ohio has joined Arizona in legally recognizing data stored and transacted on blockchain.
Washington understands cryptocurrency better than this week's circus on Capitol Hill suggests, writes Michael J. Casey.
Malta's parliament has passed three bills on crypto assets and blockchain, in a big step toward its plan to become a "Blockchain Island."
Vermont's governor has signed a bill allowing for the creation of so-called "blockchain-based limited liability corporations," public records show.
California Senate Bill 838 would allow businesses to store, issue and transfer shares information on a blockchain.
A month after Wyoming changed a law to let Coinbase restore service in the state, users there are still waiting to regain access to their funds.
Delaware's status as a go-to jurisdiction for business can't be taken for granted as tokens take off and issuers flock to blockchain-friendly states.
A Philippines senator is seeking to speed up the passage of legislation that would increase the penalties for crimes involving cryptocurrencies.