The Mt. Gox trustee has announced in a letter that the rehabilitation plan he filed in Tokyo court last February is now final and binding.
Senior government officials in Turkey are considering establishing a centralized authority to tackle counterparty risk in digital currency transactions, after employees were arrested at Vebitcoin and Thodex.
Delta Crypt has already been the subject of warnings from regulators, who claim the scheme has been “illegally offering securities paying ‘ridiculous’ returns.”
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.
The SEC has reportedly accepted an offer of settlement from ShipChain over the firm’s ICO, which raised $27.5 million through the sale of proprietary tokens, known as SHIP tokens.
Brazillian police were merely looking for drug dealers, but they stumbled on a BTC money laundering operation as well.
The court backed a previous ruling handed down in December 2020, which found that Vinnik had been guilty of money laundering and had provided false information about the origins of funds to authorities.
Joseph Chase Oaks, 22, is facing a slew of charges in connection with the fraudulent cryptocurrency scheme from August 2018 to October 2019.
Ethereum developer Virgil Griffith is still unaware of the exact crimes the U.S. government is charging him with, his lawyers have claimed.
Tether is pulling its support for Peter McCormack in Craig Wright’s libel suit, CoinGeek has learned.
The BCH developer tax plan is bad economics and bad governance perpetrated by the bad actors who took over the BCH protocol, and it is splitting up their community—again.