Two Australian lawmakers have formed a parliamentary group to push government to better accommodate cryptocurrency and blockchain.
As bitcoin descends into party politics, contributor Nozomi Hayase makes an appeal for the community to unite behind its original ideals.
Does anyone understand bitcoin? This multifaceted technology is different things to different people, and we should accept that, argues Jameson Lopp.
Jens Albers examines how he believes the rise of populism in politics could be undone by blockchain technology.
CoinDesk examines the developments (or lack thereof) that shaped the year in US blockchain regulation.
Ledger Labs' Josh Stark seeks to provide a high-level framework for understanding the potential of nascent blockchain governance applications.
Leading blockchain policy groups weigh in on what a Trump victory means for the emerging technology and its startup community.
Veteran bitcoin lawyer Carol Van Cleef has officially joined Baker Hostetler, a law firm that will oversee President-elect Trump's transition.
CoinDesk gives a short spotlight to the man behind a popular blockchain Twitter account that could be coming to a close with the US election.
Market observers offer their views on how the US presidential election could impact digital currency markets.