Central bank digital currencies may sound like a nice idea, but blogger JP Koning argues they'll remain just that in 2018 – an idea.
He's not your lawyer, but he's giving you advice. Avid pocaster and legal expert Jason Seibert enjoys a last laugh on ICOs.
The government of Belarus has passed new statutes aimed in part at encouraging the development of companies around cryptocurrency and blockchain.
The SEC's recent Munchee order offers a significant insight into its views of how to analyze ICOs under securities laws, says Katherine Cooper.
Authorities in South Korea have reportedly filed suit against a U.S. cryptocurrency mining firm, alleging a multi-million dollar fraud.
New cryptocurrency laws are expected to be introduced to the Russia's national legislature on Dec. 28.
FINRA, a self-regulatory authority for the financial industry in the U.S., has issued a new warning about cryptocurrency-related stock fraud.
Texas has obtained a cease-and-desist order against an investment firm it says is unlawfully pitching bitcoin mining investment plans in the state.
Don't believe the crypto hype? On a large enough scale, no institution is safe from dramatic change, argues Central Bank of Aruba's Ryan Peterson.
Tether, a startup that provides a dollar-pegged token, has said it plans to launch a new platform following a claimed security breach in November.