The U.S. state of Vermont is launching a blockchain pilot project for insurers, seeking transparency and efficiency improvements.
“A crypto winter for the price is a crypto summer for attorneys." And University of New Hampshire Law School is now addressing that demand.
Kraken says that the cost of handling subpoenas is fast becoming a “barrier to entry” in the U.S., as global data requests triple year on year.
Two Colorado lawmakers have introduced a new bill seeking to exempt some digital tokens from securities laws.
The U.S. should apply a "do no harm" approach and take a lead role on blockchain regulation, says William Mougayar.
A new memo by the Texas Department of Banking notes that stablecoins may fall under the state's definition of "money" and therefore would be subject to money transmission laws.
New York will be forming a task force to analyze the crypto space, which may go as far as proposing updated regulations for the state.
A U.S. court has denied crypto entrepreneur Craig Wright’s attempt to dismiss a lawsuit alleging he misappropriated at least 300,000 bitcoin.
Regulated token trader Templum has petitioned the SEC seeking clarification on the status of post-trade activities conducted over blockchains.
The U.S. government has confirmed the existence of bomb threat emails that demand bitcoin from organizations and suggested steps to take.