The global Financial Stability Board has published its expected framework for monitoring risk in the cryptocurrency markets.
The revelation bitcoin may have played a role in one of the biggest U.S. elections scandals has crypto supporters and mainstream pundits talking.
Twelve Russian officials indicted for hacking into Democratic National Committee email accounts allegedly used cryptocurrencies, the DOJ announced.
Leshi Internet, a video streaming service with a history of financial issues, is being questioned by a stock exchange over its move into crypto.
A judge in New York has postponed a decision on a crypto fraud lawsuit until the CFTC can explain how it calculated damages.
The U.S. House Financial Services Committee will host a crypto hearing focused on its use as a form of money next week.
The Australian retail bank has revised its loan agreements to prohibit borrowers from using mortgages to purchase cryptocurrency.
President Trump has signed an executive order establishing a new task force that targets consumer fraud, including those involving “digital currency.”
Lawmakers in South Korea are said to be racing to make laws to regulate the sector.
Pan Gongsheng, a vice governor of the People’s Bank of China, has once more issued strong statements on initial coin offerings.