This is true in the cryptocurrency space, as well, although steps are being taken to make theft more difficult.
Regulators across the globe have wisened up about how they operate and can more easily identify scammers and thieves who attempt to take advantage of investors.
A new initiative by China’s government could be coming that would provide oversight of the country’s technological innovations.
Three men who thought they could get away with ripping off unsuspecting cryptocurrency investors have found out that it isn’t as difficult to uncover crypto fraud as they had hoped.
HBUS, the subsidiary of cryptocurrency exchange Huobi, has confirmed that it is halting all operations in the United States.
Leading up to this next step in the evolutionary cycle, the Bitcoin community is still having to deal with its ups and downs.
Danish bank Nordea has won a court battle that will allow it to legally bar employees from buying cryptos, even during their own personal time.
OneCoin has already been identified as being nothing more than a complex Ponzi scheme and several individuals are going to see time behind bars because of their actions.
The South African Reserve Bank is set to implement regulations to govern crypto in Q1 next year, completing a process started in 2014.
The Central Bank of the Russian Federation supports the potential ban of cryptocurrency payments, provided legislation were put in place, asserting that crypto still carries too much financial risk.
Minery CEO Ilya Bruman explains why Siberia is becoming a hot spot for cryptocurrency mining services.