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US Government Warns of North Korean Crypto Attacks After Tying Nation to $625M Hack
The government said it had observed North Korean cyber actors targeting a wide range of crypto and blockchain companies, including exchanges, DeFi protocols and play-to-earn games.
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Government Report Suggests Tightening Regulations on Crypto ATMs
The GAO said the machines are less regulated than crypto exchanges and transactions are more difficult to trace.
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The US Government Sold Some Bitcoin – and Got a Good Price
The General Services Administration has been auctioning bitcoin since 2014, when the FBI shut down the Silk Road black market.
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US House Subpanel to Look at Crypto as Part of Examination of How Domestic Terrorism Is Funded
The hearing will assess various means of terrorist financing including cryptocurrencies and other funding mechanisms amid the backdrop of what occurred on Jan. 6.
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How the US Government Shutdown Is Halting Crypto Progress on Wall Street
A record-breaking government shutdown in the U.S. is pushing crypto policy decisions to the back burner.
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US Telecom Agency Seeks Blockchain Policy Suggestions
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration has asked industry members to provide suggestions for blockchain policy.
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The US Government Wants to Keep $5.5 Million in Seized Bitcoin
The U.S. Attorney's Office could soon confiscate another 500 bitcoins that have been seized from alleged ID forgers in Ohio.
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US Congress to Hold Blockchain Hearing on Valentine's Day
Two U.S. House of Representatives subcommittees will hold a hearing next week on applications for blockchain technology.
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US Government to Sell Off $10 Million in Seized Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash
U.S. prosecutors in the state of Utah are moving to sell millions of dollars-worth of cryptocurrencies seized in an opioid drug case.
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