New York Department of Financial Services superintendent Maria Vullo defended regulators' actions in the crypto space during a panel discussion.
Marco Santori is leaving Cooley to become president and chief legal officer of Blockchain, a longtime client and one of the earliest wallet startups.
The opaque market for initial coin offerings is moving toward clarity with the release of a new framework for investors and issuers.
An event focused on initial coin offerings saw optimism despite SEC guidance that signaled a new era for the novel funding method.
Veteran blockchain and digital currency lawyers Marco Santori and Patrick Murck have officially joined Cooley LLP.
CoinDesk has spoken to various bitcoin companies to breakdown the cost of the BitLicense application process both in monetary and non-monetary terms.
The banks are often blamed for holding back bitcoin businesses, but they have their reasons, a panel finds.
Coinbase hires former Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee advisor as Washington-based Congressional liaison.
Blockchain has announced that noted bitcoin legal expert Marco Santori has joined its team as global policy counsel.
New York's hearings this week were a precursor to Bitlicense regulation. So what should happen next?