ICOs offer a more direct route for both tapping and deploying funds, for matching founders with investors. That turns out to be quite revolutionary.
A popular event forged during the token boom of 2017 saw discussion about the changing regulatory environment that has resulted.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission wants to make sure investors know what a scam ICO looks like. Even if it has to launch its own.
If one announcement summarizes the ambitions of crypto project Polymath, it might be Wednesday’s acquisition of the domain Tokens.com.
CNET founder and early Salesforce investor Halsey Minor has revealed new details on his latest cryptocurrency project VideoCoin.
On a day when investment professionals gathered in their excitement about decentralized exchanges, Nouriel Roubini showed up to tear apart everything.
Imaging giant Kodak is now looking at May 21 for the SAFT offering of its KODAKCoin for accredited investors.
A new blockchain startup is coming out of stealth Wednesday and boasting a significant cast of investors.
Bermuda’s efforts to attract the blockchain industry may have started with regulation, but they won’t end there, officials say.
Kik has decided that fees just won’t work for its crypto token mission and has decided to fork stellar to create its own blockchain.
Crypto may be seeing an influx of mystics, but that might not be a sign the industry is on the right course, CoinDesk editor Bailey Reutzel writes.
KODAKCoin’s backers are calling a crypto exchange’s ICO launch claims “fraudulent.”
Seattle-based Dragonchain appears to be catching up with the rest of the blockchain industry as it pivots to cautiousness over U.S. regulation.
A U.S. District Court has ruled against Chinese conglomerate Alibaba Group in favor of a Dubai-based cryptocurrency foundation, Alibabacoin. The judge says Alibaba Group did not show any jurisdiction in the U.S. and China’s ban on initial coin offerings eliminates any potential confusion. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the Crypto Space No Jurisdiction for […]
What good is having immutable record-keeping and shared digital trust if you can’t kick it off with a rip-roaring banger? Amirite?