Fed governor Lael Brainard has said that cryptocurrencies do not pose a threat, and there is "no compelling need" for a Fed-issued digital currency.
U.S. regulators don't aim to suppress innovation in the blockchain industry, representatives said during a panel at CoinDesk's Consensus 2018.
Lawmakers at CoinDesk's Consensus 2018 conference today argued that regulatory "sandboxes" may offer the best approach for blockchain innovation.
Early industry investors argued that US regulators must provide clarity in order for investors to capitalize on blockchain opportunities.
Bermuda's efforts to attract the blockchain industry may have started with regulation, but they won't end there, officials say.
A Texas regulator has issued cease-and-desist orders against two cryptocurrency schemes that it alleges are selling unregistered securities.
Following Eric Schneiderman's abrupt resignation, the New York Attorney General's Office's "work continues," according to a spokesperson.
The incoming head of a South Korean financial regulator has noted the "positive aspects" of cryptocurrencies.
Two members of the U.S. commodities regulator spoke at a conference. One stressed enforcement, the other working with the industry.
China National Radio, a high-level mouthpiece of the government, has claimed OKEx illegally offered bitcoin futures and OTC trading.