Blockstream CEO Adam Back desperately wants to be seen as Bitcoin’s all-father despite his ongoing efforts to strangle Bitcoin in its cradle.
Binance is under investigation by the Inland Revenue Service (IRS) and U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ), according to a report by Bloomberg.
BitMEX and its trio of founders Arthur Hayes, Benjamin Delo and Samuel Reed are facing yet another RICO lawsuit in California, as shown by newly-filed court documents.
Arthur Hayes has reportedly surrendered himself to U.S. authorities in Hawaii, to face charges of failing to implement money laundering protections at BitMEX exchange.
Tether is becoming an artisan at promising to provide an audit showing that its stablecoin is fully backed and then doing everything in its power to avoid exactly that.
The digital asset industry has a specific problem which, despite hurting consumers and adoption, receives little attention: dishonest advertising.
The charges, which the CFTC filed and settled on the same day, were for "reckless false, misleading or inaccurate reporting" as well as wash trading on its GDAX digital asset platform.
The U.S.’s expanding offensive on digital asset players should be a clear signal that existing regulatory structures apply to the digital asset ecosystem.
Binance is the subject of an active investigation by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission for potentially offering digital asset derivative products to U.S. citizens in contravention of U.S. regulations.
Under the terms of the bond, Ben Delo can travel back to the United Kingdom and return to the United States only when called upon by the court.
Two prominent names in the Crypto Crime Cartel were arrested as the long overdue legal reckoning chews through prominent industry companies and individuals at the start of what is set to be a busy 2021.