Johann Gevers and Diego Pons, the last original members of the Tezos Foundation Board, have voluntarily stepped down from their positions.
The SEC's denial of a FOIA request for records about the troubled blockchain project does not state that Tezos is under investigation.
Just because you haven’t gotten a subpoena from The Man in the month since your decentralized cheese token went live, it doesn’t mean you won’t.
Tezos may be embroiled in a back-room brawl, but what does this mean for the funds raised at ICO? The answer to that question isn't so clear.
The Tezos organization is being sued for a fourth time, in this case to freeze the funds raised during its ICO.
The Tezos project founders reportedly asked their foundation to pay for their legal bills after being sued multiple times. The foundation said no.
Class-action litigators in the U.S. appear to be positioning for a potential pop in the hot initial coin offering market.
A second class action lawsuit has been filed against the founders of blockchain startup Tezos, alleging violation of U.S. securities law.
A lawsuit seeking class action status has been filed in California against the founders and promoters of the controversial Tezos blockchain project.
In their first public appearance since Tezos' governance issues made headlines, Kathleen and Arthur Breitman projected confidence in the ICO project.