Exuberant investor Gregg Kidd outlines his plans for Uphold, a profitable crypto startup that’s largely flown under the radar until now.
A recent op-ed paints all ICOs with the same brush, claiming every one of them offers securities subject to SEC scrutiny. That is simply not the case.
The Federal Communications Commission says a crypto mining rig has caused interference with T-Mobile’s LTE network in Brooklyn, New York.
The White House cybersecurity coordinator said crypto regulation is still far from becoming a reality.
Hydro-Quebec may charge an industry-specific rate to crypto mining farms to deal with overwhelming demand for Quebec’s cheap energy resources.
The CFTC’s Technology Advisory Committee created two subcommittees devoted to cryptocurrencies and blockchain in its meeting today.
The Canadian Securities exchange will launch a blockchain-based clearing and settlement platform for security token offerings.
Templum and Liquid M have called on the SEC to allow token issuers to remediate their offerings given previous lack of regulatory guidance.
A Connecticut representative has introduced a bill that would mandate a fee to transact with cryptocurrency in the state.
A bitcoin-friendly U.S. lawmaker is hoping to get members of Congress to disclose their holdings of cryptocurrency assets.
One of the architects of U.S. monetary policy discusses the risks of blockchain adoption to what he sees as a delicate geo-political balance.
The New York State Department of Financial Services announced new guidance for virtual currency entities today.
The SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations plans to prioritize the examination of cryptocurrencies and ICOs in 2018.
Tracking funds on the blockchain may help catch crooks, but such snooping undermines one of the most important characteristics of money: Fungibility.
The chairman of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission has spoken of the need for balance when regulating cryptocurrencies.