FinCEN has penalized Larry Dean Harmon, operator of coin tumblers Helix and Coin Ninja, on charges of violating the Bank Secrecy Act and its implementing regulations.
In this week’s CoinGeek Pulse, Shenzhen residents receive digital yuan in People’s Bank of China’s red packet giveaway, G20 wants to set standards for sovereign digital currencies, and James Belding gave an online demonstration of the Tokenized platform.
“The law is coming to Bitcoin.” We’ve heard Bitcoin inventor Dr. Craig Wright say it before and now it has come to light in two separate incidents.
The Bitcoin event of the year—CoinGeek Live 2020—is finally upon us, with the action getting underway from September 30 to October 2.
Another busy week in blockchain, as we head rapidly towards the next CoinGeek Live Conference on September 30-October 2.
This week in Bitcoin, lawmakers in the United States introduced a bill that could pave the way for greater research into blockchain.
This week’s headlines include another 51% attack on Ethereum Classic, BTC miners losing subsidized power in China, and the finalists of the Bitcoin SV 2020 Hackathon.
The International Monetary Fund has been discussing digital money this week, dubbing it “special currency.”
After Ethereum transaction fees on the network hit all-time highs, attention turned to implementation of Ethereum 2.0.
Facebook returned to its financial ambitions this week, while Goldman Sachs sounded a positive note on digital currencies.
This week saw Russia making moves to back digital currency, bringing further developments in the legal position in the country.