Brazil's antitrust watchdog is investigating major banks for potentially collaborating to prevent crypto brokerages from gaining banking services.
Damien Pang, head of the Technology Infrastructure Office at Singapore's central bank talks about the authority's insight on DTL and digital tokens.
The NY Attorney General's Office stated that many crypto exchanges cannot monitor abusive trading activity, and referred 3 for potential violations.
High Times has removed bitcoin as a payment option for its IPO, just days after admitting it was accepting the cryptocurrency.
A group of Mastercard patent applications outline how blockchain technology can be used to securely record transaction information.
Bitsy, a Medici Ventures portfolio firm, wants to spur crypto adoption with the launch of an ultra-simple, beginner-friendly wallet.
Dublin, Ohio wants to develop a prototype blockchain platform that will serve as a decentralized voting and identity system.
Vault wants to boost crypto adoption with its new iOS wallet that stores non-fungible tokens and other crypto collectibles.
Bitcoin, born into the flames of the credit crisis, seemed like a rebellion against a broken financial system. Ten years later, is that still true?
India's top executive body has granted approval for the Exim Bank to conduct research into how blockchain technology may benefit the financial sector.
A federal judge has ruled that a criminal case against an alleged ICO fraudster will proceed to trial, saying existing securities laws apply.
Blockchain startup Paxos is launching a regulated, dollar-backed stablecoin to facilitate instant transaction settlements for crypto investors.
An acquisition that finds two of crypto's leading entrepreneurs teaming to back the world's sixth-largest blockchain has been confirmed.
Australia's New South Wales government is adopting blockchain in a state-wide test of a driver license digitalization program slated for November.
One European lawmaker wants to standardize ICO regulations, thereby making it easier for projects to raise funding across the EU.
A YouGov survey of roughly 1,200 Americans found that 48 percent of millennials are interested in using cryptocurrencies as a primary form of payment.
Despite previously telling the SEC it would not accept cryptocurrencies, High Times is accepting both bitcoin and ethereum for its IPO.
The Ethereum Name Service has added support for .xyz domains, meaning users can now claim the URL for their wallets or other products on ethereum.
Ripio is driving mainstream adoption among the unbanked of South America, offering crypto loans in Argentina, Mexico, and Brazil.
Civic needs a network of users, so it's offering free KYC for business partners and funding the effort with its reserve of tokens.