Twelve Russian officials indicted for hacking into Democratic National Committee email accounts allegedly used cryptocurrencies, the DOJ announced.
A judge in New York has postponed a decision on a crypto fraud lawsuit until the CFTC can explain how it calculated damages.
Two Nevada men have settled with the SEC over alleged illicit trading of a claimed blockchain company’s stock.
The U.S. financial self-regulatory body is asking member firms to submit every detail of their existing or future activities in cryptocurrency.
A third investor in three months is suing Ripple on grounds that the XRP cryptocurrency is a security issued by the firms.
Tax authorities from five different nations are coming together to combat international financial crimes, with a focus on cryptocurrencies.
Since SAFT came into to use last year, the number of companies reporting to the SEC to work in this framework has increased, CoinDesk finds.
Hodling but ignorant? An Ontario regulator is concerned the public still lacks knowledge about crypto and its regulation – even if they own assets.
The crackdown of vendors on darkweb marketplaces lets the U.S. government seize 4,000 bitcoins and now it wants to confiscate all of them.
The SEC is once more taking action against a co-founder of the PlexCoin ICO project, having already sued him over securities violations and fraud.