A popular event forged during the token boom of 2017 saw discussion about the changing regulatory environment that has resulted.
Fed governor Lael Brainard has said that cryptocurrencies do not pose a threat, and there is “no compelling need” for a Fed-issued digital currency.
Texas’ securities regulator has issued a cease-and-desist to a crypto investment scheme that faked endorsements from high-profile individuals.
U.S. regulators don’t aim to suppress innovation in the blockchain industry, representatives said during a panel at CoinDesk’s Consensus 2018.
Gemini exchange has added zcash trading and custody services in New York after receiving authorization from state’s Department of Financial Services.
Lawmakers at CoinDesk’s Consensus 2018 conference today argued that regulatory “sandboxes” may offer the best approach for blockchain innovation.
Early industry investors argued that US regulators must provide clarity in order for investors to capitalize on blockchain opportunities.
Brian Forde, who is running for the California’s 45th district seat in the U.S. House, is pitching himself as the crypto candidate.
A former U.S. Department of Justice section head has been hired to help drive sales of Bitfury’s Crystal, a blockchain tracking product.
A former Digital Asset executive and a long-time securities lawyer have started a new law firm that will focus exclusively on blockchain clients.
A Texas regulator has issued cease-and-desist orders against two cryptocurrency schemes that it alleges are selling unregistered securities.
Following Eric Schneiderman’s abrupt resignation, the New York Attorney General’s Office’s “work continues,” according to a spokesperson.
An investor is suing Ripple Labs, claiming that XRP is a security pertaining to the startup.
Arizona Senate Bill 1091 has been passed by the House and Senate – but no longer mentions cryptocurrencies anywhere.
Seattle-based Dragonchain appears to be catching up with the rest of the blockchain industry as it pivots to cautiousness over U.S. regulation.