While the ban may sound extreme, regulators have recently honed in on the use of privacy coins like Monero (XMR), Zcash (ZEC) and Dash
Consensys-backed e-money issuer Monerium thinks the route to a digital euro is simpler than the European Central Bank suggests.
The central bank of Russia proposed to set limits on annual cryptocurrency investments by non-professional investors.
Russian financial authorities have confirmed the government’s purported plans to issue the central bank digital currency, or CBDC.
Japan needs to adapt its laws to issue a central bank digital currency, according to a local financial official.
Following news of the charges, some crypto commentators have criticized BitMEX for hurting the industry’s reputation as a whole
District police have arrested a 36-year-old man from the Malappuram district of the south Indian state of Kerala on charges of operating
Had such a level of activity come from Coinbase or Nexo, he agreed that law enforcement would have paid them a visit the very next day
Digital asset financial services firm BitGo is applying to become a qualified cryptocurrency custodian in New York state.
The United Kingdom Competition and Markets Authority, has given the go-ahead to Visa’s acquisition of fintech startup Plaid following
Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, is collaborating with law enforcement authorities in Ukraine to take down some
The bill, first proposed by California Assembly Majority Leader Ian Calderon, initially sought to presume digital assets are not securities.
One of the leading cryptocurrency exchanges in India, WazirX, today said they are gearing up to develop and launch their first
Craig Wright, a self-proclaimed Bitcoin (BTC) creator, is apparently not required to pay legal fees for a failed libel suit against the
The New York State Department of Financial Services has issued a greenlist of 8 virtual currencies for sale and trade, and 10 coins approved
Konstantin Ignatov, co-founder of major cryptocurrency exit scam, OneCoin, initially faced up to 90 years in jail after pleading guilty
North Korea-based cybercriminals are suspected to be using untraceable alternative cryptocurrencies, or altcoins, to convert stolen funds into cash. According to an NK News report, an …
Law enforcement authorities in Kyrgyzstan have reportedly detected an illegal cryptocurrency mining farm on the territory
“It was definitely 2017. I can’t think of any specific point in time, but the ICO craze was the starting point for the change.”
U.S.-based corporate travel firm CWT paid $4.5 million in a Bitcoin ransom to hackers who stole sensitive files from the company.