Several exchanges are being targeted by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman in a new inquiry, a move that Kraken co-founder Jesse Powell described as “insulting.”
Regulators in the state of New York have announced an inquiry into several leading cryptocurrency exchanges, with as many as 13 separate operations coming in for closer scrutiny.
CoinRecoil is arguing that Reserve Bank of India's prohibition violates the country’s constitution. Specifically, as it relates to the rights of an individual to conduct any activity, business or trade without fear of discrimination.
Kraken is shutting down “all of its services” in Japan by June, leaving only a matter of weeks before the company ceases to operate within the Japanese market.
Indian cryptocurrency exchange Coinsecure will pay back its customers affected by the $3.4 million heist involving SegWit-Coin BTC. The catch, however, is that the refunds will be made in Indian rupees.
San Francisco-based cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has not been resting on its laurels of late, and has announced the acquisition of Earn.com in a $120 million deal on Tuesday.
BitFlyer has denied reports it has been making it easy for customers to start trading after submitting copies of their identity cards.
Coinsecure found out that 438.318 BTC was stolen from their company wallet. They claim, however, that the attack was not instigated by external entities, but by their own chief security officer, Dr. Amitabh Saxena.
Hot on the heels of Binance declaring that it is coming to Malta, cryptocurrency exchange OKEx confirmed that it's also setting its sights on the Mediterranean Island.
At the moment, there are 29 applications under different stages of the application process—twice the number of applications recorded by the central bank in December 2017.
Kim Il-hwan, CEO of South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Coinnest, was arrested in Seoul on allegations of embezzling customer funds.