Following a U.S. Congressional hearing on cryptocurrency and blockchain, three lawmakers are renewing calls for the government to embrace innovation.
The SEC has turned down a FOIA request related to BitConnect, citing an exemption commonly seen with records related to law enforcement.
A recent op-ed paints all ICOs with the same brush, claiming every one of them offers securities subject to SEC scrutiny. That is simply not the…
The SEC has temporarily halted trading of three companies after comments they made about cryptocurrency and blockchain-related business moves.
Templum and Liquid M have called on the SEC to allow token issuers to remediate their offerings given previous lack of regulatory guidance.
The SEC's denial of a FOIA request for records about the troubled blockchain project does not state that Tezos is under investigation.
The SEC's Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations plans to prioritize the examination of cryptocurrencies and ICOs in 2018.
CoinDesk recaps Tuesday's U.S. Senate hearing, in which two major regulatory agencies testified as to their abilities to oversee the crypto market.
"It's important to remember that if there were no bitcoin, there would be no distributed ledger technology," Giancarlo told a U.S. Senate committee.
As might be expected, Tuesday's Senate hearing touched on cryptocurrencies' volatility. But the head of the CFTC put the matter in perspective.