Here are former CFTC chairman Gary Gensler’s full remarks from Monday at the Business of Blockchain event.
Bitcoin is looking bullish today, but must leap several resistance hurdles on the way to $10,000, chart analysis suggests.
A survey conducted by Thomson Reuters found that around 20 percent of its financial services clients are mulling trading cryptocurrencies in 2018.
A startup with the aim of building a private, peer-to-peer browser using cryptocurrency has told the SEC it plans to hold a $125 million SAFT.
A month after Wyoming changed a law to let Coinbase restore service in the state, users there are still waiting to regain access to their funds.
Having witnessed a major breakout on Friday, bitcoin is showing signs of bull exhaustion near the key resistance zone.
In his first interview since taking over the Tezos Foundation, chair Ryan Jesperson is looking toward the launch of its much-hyped new blockchain.
Despite the pullback from $9,060, the outlook for bitcoin, the world’s largest cryptocurrency, remains bullish.
Delaware’s status as a go-to jurisdiction for business can’t be taken for granted as tokens take off and issuers flock to blockchain-friendly states.
Bitcoin trading platform LedgerX now sees $7.5 million traded weekly in options products, up from $1 million during its first week.
The European Parliament has voted for regulations to prevent the use of cryptocurrencies in money laundering and terrorism financing.
Bitcoin saw small gains last night, but the weak move did little to further the bull case.
Even without Telegram, ICOs are on pace to raise much more in 2018 than last year.
Bitcoin has been struggling to break through the long-term descending trendline, but that could change today.
Researchers have unveiled a new ethereum scaling project with a focus on security, and even Vitalik Buterin wants to see it grow and succeed.