A ‘Lord of the Rings’ reference in several crypto projects illustrates a coming land grab on the finite amount of “cool” names.
Russia’s supreme court has ordered a municipal court in St. Petersburg to consider an appeal from a blocked cryptocurrency information site.
The Department of Justice has unveiled fraud charges against a co-founder of cryptocurrency startup Centra.
Taiwan will formally regulate bitcoin under anti-money laundering rules by the end of the year, says its minister of justice.
China-based cloud network provider Xunlei has launched a blockchain platform, undeterred by ongoing allegations it held an unlawful ICO.
Arthur Breitman, co-founder of cryptocurrency project Tezos, has been barred by FINRA from any association with broker-dealers for two years.
Two suspects from South Korea have allegedly used a pyramid scheme that involves bitcoin to swindle $20 billion from investors in the country.
Twitter’s blue check mark verification system is falling under the pressure of the complicated crypto world.
Even without Telegram, ICOs are on pace to raise much more in 2018 than last year.
Cryptocurrency miners in South Korea may find it to be more difficult in getting foreign-made mining chips imported to the country.
An exchange that left New York in 2015 has been contacted by the state’s Attorney General. They’re not happy about it.
Sindri Thor Stefansson, the alleged culprit behind the theft of 600 cryptomining computers, escaped from prison earlier this week.
The man who claimed to be bitcoin’s founder won’t stand for this “attempted shakedown” in U.S. federal court.
The Philippines SEC has issued a warning to the public to be cautious on 14 cryptocurrency investment schemes in the country.
Police in China have arrested the founders of a claimed cryptocurrency pyramid scheme that amassed $13 million from over 13,000 people.