Industry insiders weren't surprised by the recent SEC lawsuits against Coinbase and Binance, but the question remains: what's next for the crypto industry? Find out from Joshua Klayman, Head of Blockchain and Digital Asset at Linklaters, in this insightful article.
U.S. Treasury explores how to keep digital dollars private and anonymous.
Atomic Wallet users lost over $100 million worth of crypto in a hack - police in Estonia and Kazakhstan are now investigating.
Blockstream, the bitcoin infrastructure firm, is set to unveil its long-awaited ASIC miner in Q3 of 2024 - a culmination of years of engineering work.
Bitcoin drops below $26K after inflation data, as investors wait for Fed rate decision.
U.S. judge denies SEC's request for Binance.US asset freeze, allowing business to continue while negotiating with the regulator.
SEC may make recommendation on Coinbase petition in 4 months, but until then, Coinbase must follow existing laws.
Hong Kong's crypto rules aren't attractive for exchanges like Coinbase.
Crypto custodian Prime Trust's subsidiary Banq files for bankruptcy, citing $17.72 million in assets against $5.4 million in liabilities and an unauthorized transfer of $17.5 million in assets by former officers.
Binance CEO denies rumors of selling BTC for BNB coin, putting short interest rumors to rest.
Bahamas Supreme Court allows Sam Bankman-Fried to contest DOJ charges, delaying the legal battle in the US.