The SEC continues to crack down on individuals and enterprises associated with the blockchain and digital currency space.
Lawmakers in the United States will be creating laws around blockchain and digital currency in the near future for these reasons.
Across the globe, a great deal of attention is being placed on the ecosystems from everyday people to the highest levels of government.
Tom Emmer,believes the commission may be abusing its power when it comes to cryptocurrency subjects.
IRS has already started going after crypto holders in an effort to get them to pay up, but a bill submitted to the House of Representatives could limit how much they could collect.
In what many consider a victory for the cryptocurrency community, Nevada lawmakers scrapped Senate Bill No. 195, which many believe was not beneficial to the crypto markets.
U.S. Representatives Warren Davidson and Darren Soto have introduced two new bills that are designed to protect consumers with regards to digital currencies.
Ohio, Wyoming, Pennsylvania and Indiana have all either implemented or are considering legislation to pave the way for crypto use. Now, a fourth state is joining them—Utah.
The extensive plains and picturesque mountains of Wyoming are inviting to anyone and are now welcoming cryptocurrencies.