- Crypto Trading Without License Is 'Illegal,' Cambodian Regulators Say
Buying, selling, trading and settlement of cryptocurrencies is now illegal without a license, according to a statement from Cambodian authorities.
- Bitcoin, DLT and Bank Ledgers: A Central Banker's View
The man in charge of China's quest to research and deploy distributed ledgers outlines his view on the breakthroughs of bitcoin and potential of DLT.
- Former Indian Lawmaker Declared 'Offender' in Bitcoin Extortion Case
A former Indian politician allegedly involved in a $1.3 million bitcoin extortion case has been declared a "proclaimed offender" by a local court.
- $7k? Bitcoin Price Looks North After Six-Day High
Despite the bearish chart setup, bitcoin rose to a six-day high on Monday, putting a corrective rally to $7,000 back on the map
- Major Crypto Exchanges Face Action Over Money-Laundering Fears
Japan's Financial Service Agency is further cracking down on what it considers lax compliance with AML rules at larger, licensed exchanges.
- Central Banks Will Jump-Start the Decentralization of Money
While the thought may disappoint cypherpunks, the first step of a transition toward a true "money of the people" will be implemented by central banks.
- Internet Cafes Hacked to Mine $800k in Siacoin Cryptocurrency
A group of hackers have allegedly colluded with computer maintenance firms in China to place malware on internet cafe computers to mine cryptos.
- One Mathematician's Mission to Boost Bitcoin's Privacy (And Soon)
Blockstream researcher Andrew Poelstra's efforts to create a more private bitcoin aren't about extremes, but about protecting the everyman.
- UBS CEO: Blockchain Is 'Almost a Must' for Business
The CEO of UBS Group AG endorsed blockchain technology in an interview, suggesting that it is "almost a must" for business.
- Cold Reception? Crypto Critics Ignite After EOS Blockchain 'Freeze'
Over the weekend, transactions on the live EOS blockchain came to a complete – yet temporary – halt.
- This Japanese Village Is Planning Its Own ICO
A Japanese village is launching the country's first Initial Coin Offering (ICO) on the municipal level.
- US Ethics Office: Government Officials Must Disclose Crypto Holdings
Those working for the executive branch of the U.S. government must disclose their cryptocurrency holdings, ethics officials said Monday.
- Ukraine Arrests Suspects Tied to Fraudulent Crypto Exchanges
Ukrainian authorities have arrested four individuals suspected of operating fake cryptocurrency exchanges.
- Binance Backs Malta Stock Exchange's Startup Accelerator
The Malta Stock Exchange announced today that Binance is backing the exchange's newly launched program to support fintech startups and entrepreneurs.
- Bank of Korea: Central Bank Cryptocurrencies Pose 'Moral Hazard'
South Korea's central bank has announced that it does not plan to launch its own digital currency over fears it could destabilize the economy.
- Payments Firm Square Receives BitLicense from New York
Digital payments startup Square has received a BitLicense through the NY Department of Financial Services.
- Freedom of the Press Foundation Now Accepts Donations in 5 Cryptos
The Freedom of the Press Foundation has expanded its donation methods to include five cryptocurrencies, calling the move a "natural fit."
- Origin Token to Raise $6 Million in CoinList Investor ICO
Decentralized marketplace startup Origin Protocol is looking to raise $6.6 million via a token sale with help from CoinList.
- Not Sold On Blockchains for Business? Just You Wait
The seemingly banal enterprise applications for blockchain we're seeing, like food traceability, are actually a big deal and worth celebrating.
- A16z Leads Investors in $20 Million ICO for Crypto Assets Platform
TrustToken, which aims to put tokenized assets on a blockchain, raised $20 million in a strategic token sale with help from Andreessen Horowitz.