New Jersey Calls Two ICOs ‘Fraudulent Securities,’ Issues Stop Order
New Jersey's Bureau of Securities has issued emergency stops on two ICOs its claims are fraudulent securities
A New Jersey sex offender is now accused of paying a hitman in bitcoin to murder his 14-year-old victim.
New Jersey Assemblywoman Yvonne Lopez has introduced a licensing regime for crypto businesses, authorizing the state banking regulator to oversee the space.
New Jersey has inched closer to implementing its own "BitLicense."
New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness Director Jared Maples predicted Wednesday that domestic terrorists will increasingly turn to bitcoin.
A new program will bring blockchain solutions to the NJ government.