New York-based blockchain media startup Civil will issue refunds to participants in its token sale, which failed to hit the $8 million minimum.
One of the most popular soccer clubs in the world is launching a crypto token that it says will boost fan numbers by allowing them to "be heard."
A blockchain team from Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has left to start a "venture studio" called Chorum from which full-blown startups an be spun out.
In the third week after opening its network security up to community involvement, Tezos' beta launch has been surprisingly smooth.
CoinList, arguably the top site for listing token sales, has chosen TrustToken as the fifth ICO to be hosted on its website.
The Moscow Exchange wants to list information about token sales, its CEO said Friday. However, the exchange won't directly sell tokens.
Despite China's 2017 ban on ICOs, a Chinese firm still appears to have openly promoted a token sale that reportedly raised $18 million.
One of the most widely anticipated blockchain project, EOS, is expected to release its software this Saturday.
The U.S. state of Alabama has issued cease-and-desist orders to three ICOs that were allegedly soliciting residents with unregistered securities.
Yet another global regulator is speaking out about its attempts to fight fraud in the ICO market. This time, it's Australia taking the lead.