China's crackdown on cryptocurrency intensifies with a blanket ban on all digital currency transactions and mining.
Authorities in the United States have reportedly expanded their investigation into Binance cryptocurrency exchange to include possible insider trading and market manipulation.
Regulators from all over the world continue to take action against unregulated activities and businesses of digital currency companies and platforms, proving that no one is invincible to regulation.
The Ontario Securities Commission continues to tighten its grip on digital currency operators, recently barring digital currency platforms from offering Tether (USDT) trading services.
The world’s first country to adopt BTC as legal tender is now preparing for its rollout this coming September but pulls back from requiring the nation’s residents from using the digital currency.
As part of its goal to become the world’s “tech superpower,” China’s central government is intensifying the crackdown on technology sectors.
In what appears to be one of the largest digital currency heists in history, decentralized finance (DeFi) platform Poly Network lost an estimated US$600 million in digital tokens in a hack attack earlier this week.
A 58-page bill seeking to create a comprehensive regulatory framework for digital assets takes the center stage in the U.S. Congress this week.
In light of the U.S. government’s crackdown on digital currencies, the Department of Justice is reportedly pulling together a probe on Tether executives for bank fraud allegations.
The New Jersey Bureau of Securities has ordered financial services platform BlockFi to stop accepting and offering customers of interest-bearing accounts.