Israel's Tax Authority will consider cryptocurrencies as “a property, not a currency,” which has significant implications for its taxation treatment.
In the latest we’re-not-talking-about-cryptocurrency talk, JPMorgan let go a nugget that proves the lack of financial understanding.
The exchange announced that it has teamed up with EOS.IO, a blockchain protocol for decentralized applications.
While all the charges to Coinbase users appeared to be valid and legitimate, they were duplicated without the user’s authorization.
Regulations for digital coins aren’t even on the back burner yet—they're sitting on a shelf somewhere in the back of the pantry.
Lightning Network can have some excellent use cases, particularly for HFT (high frequency trading) - like transactions between big entities.
Regulators will be knocking on exchanges that have pending license applications to check their risk management systems.
Prosecutors in Vienna have launched an investigation into a company that promised outsized returns via arbitrage trading.
South Korean regulators have clarified their position and, at least for now, cryptocurrencies are safe.