The Central Bank of Iran is the latest national bank to sound the alarm on the cryptocurrencies, fearing of its misuse in money laundering and fraud.
Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) is now in line with other banks in blacklisting digital currencies and warns customers and banks dealing with it.
A financial regulator in the UAE has issued a warning to investors on the risks of participating in token sale activities.
The securities commissioner of the U.S. state of Kansas has issued a warning on the risks of cryptocurrency and ICO investments.
An organization of global securities regulators has issued a notice alerting investors to the perceived risks associated with initial coin offerings.
Bank Indonesia has warned that cryptocurrencies may not be used for payments in the country.
The deputy governor of Israel's central bank has said that digital currencies like bitcoin are more of a financial asset than a currency.