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.
Lawmakers in Gibraltar approved a piece of legislation last week that fits into the government's broader plans for blockchain.
Australia has introduced a new bill that, if passed, would end the country's bitcoin "double taxation" issue.
A new report sheds light on how the G20 economic forum could move to harness the benefits of blockchain technology.
Blockchain interest and awareness are increasing on Capitol Hill, spurred by a series of recent high-profile events.
BAFT's newly launched Innovation Council makes serving its members blockchain needs a top priority, and that won't likely change anytime soon.
More than 15 members of Congress met with representatives of the blockchain technology industry this week in Washington, DC.