The Swiss blockchain technology company is being sued under U.S. securities laws, with investors arguing that the U.S. rules should still apply to the firm’s unregistered digital tokens.
The court approved the bid from investor Tetragon to prevent Ripple from buying any more XRP, or redeeming other investor stock, until Tetragon’s stake had been redeemed.
Janet Yellen has addressed digital assets in her written testimony–her responses give us a look at how the Biden administration will approach digital assets.
Joe Biden is expected to choose Chris Brummer to lead the Commodity Futures Trading Commission following the resignation of incumbent Heath Tarbert.
The period for comments has been extended for a further 15 days to allow submissions on a proposed $10,000 limit per transactions.
The consumer credit giant was set to acquire Plaid for $5.3 billion, but antitrust claims from the Department of Justice have brought the deal to an end.
The U.S. Supreme Court has dismissed a bid to review a decision of the Federal Circuit which allows Federal Reserve banks to challenge patents.
Bulgarian national Rossen Iossifov was charged with conspiracy to commit money laundering and offenses under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.
Prior to his appointment as Acting Comptroller in May 2020, Brian Brooks worked as general counsel at Coinbase.
Representatives Steven Rudy and Chris Freeland submitted a draft bill for consideration, which could see the state introduce measures designed to support block reward mining businesses to set up shop.
Digital currency custodian Anchorage has become the first bank to receive a national charter from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).