The U.S. Federal Reserve could soon include a bitcoin market crash as one of the risks to take into account when conducting stress tests.
A record-breaking government shutdown in the U.S. is pushing crypto policy decisions to the back burner.
CoinDesk profiles Nouriel Roubini, the NYU professor who won't buy the crypto hype – no matter what the price or the market says.
Free from distractions, blockchain builders can – and must – now focus on using the technology to enable positive societal change.
The intergovernmental economic organization plans to host an international conference on blockchain in September, its first ever.
Romania has drafted an emergency ordinance to regulate cryptocurrency issuing.
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration has asked industry members to provide suggestions for blockchain policy.
The world's economic leaders are seeking a globally coordinated policy on cryptocurrencies. This could take a while. But that may be just as well.
At China's annual "Two Sessions" political event, policy advisors have made a wide range of comments on the future of blockchain in the country.
Sheila Bair, ex-chair of FDIC, argued that bitcoin shouldn't be banned. Instead, policies should be in place to protect investors.