The U.S. department is to publish 17 questions as it seeks input from the public on block reward mining, obstacles faced by VASPs, CBDCs, payments, and more.
Arthur Hayes, co-founder/former CEO of the BitMEX cryptocurrency exchange, won’t see the inside of a prison despite allowing customers to use the platform to circumvent U.S. anti-money laundering rules.
In his testimony before the U.S. Congress, Chairman Gary Gensler cited the need to provide more protection for investors as a justification for the bump in the SEC's budget for the fiscal year 2023.
CFTC Commissioner Caroline D. Pham has appointed Keaghan Ames as counselor & senior policy advisor. Ames has experience in advising on digital currency regulatory issues.
The Justice department’s complaint involves a U.S. citizen accused of transmitting more than $10 million worth of BTC to a digital currency exchange in a country under sanctions from the United States.
Eddy Alexandre allegedly told his investors he had a high-secret trading technology that allowed him to generate 5% weekly returns for investors, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
Jeremy Spence, aka 'Coin Signals,' has been sentenced to 42 months in federal prison after he was found guilty of scamming more than 170 victims.
Jerome Powell has been confirmed to continue as the chairman of the United States Federal Reserve Bank, garnering 80-19 votes from the Senate.
In its recent board meeting, the non-profit organization discussed the addition of a project to review "accounting for exchange-traded digital assets and commodities."
UST, a stablecoin pegged to the U.S. dollar, along with its sister token Luna, plunged to its lowest value—dropping as low as below $0.30 and losing about $40 billion of its market cap in 48 hours.
House Bill 335, which was first introduced in February, mandates the task force to work on policy recommendations for the state's adoption of digital currency and blockchain technology.