Combined Class-Action Lawsuit Against Ripple Moves to Federal Court

Is XRP a security? The question is now sitting before the U.S. District Court in San Francisco.

IBM Says Blockchain Can Power ‘Open Scientific Research’ in New Patent Filing

A patent application from Big Blue hints at a blockchain solution for scientific research.

Colorado Regulators Crack Down on Four More ICOs

The state's "ICO Task Force" has now issued 12 cease-and-desist orders since May of this year.

Colorado Regulators Crack Down on Four More ICOs

The state's "ICO Task Force" has now issued 12 cease-and-desist orders since May of this year.

Victims Sue AT&T, T-Mobile Over ‘SIM Swap’ Crypto Hacks

A cryptocurrency-focused law firm in the U.S. says it has filed lawsuits against AT&T and T-Mobile on behalf of victims of "SIM swapping" hacks.

Judge Lifts Order to Freeze Charlie Shrem’s Assets in Winklevoss Case

A federal judge lifted a $30 million attachment order against Charlie Shrem Thursday, though the case will proceed to a jury trial next year.

Expect the SEC to Target More Token Exchanges After EtherDelta

The SEC's settlement with the founder of EtherDelta is likely the first of many enforcement actions to come against crypto token exchanges.

SEC Charges EtherDelta Founder Over ‘Unregistered Securities Exchange’

The SEC has charged Zachary Coburn, founder of EtherDelta, with running an unregistered national securities exchange.

US Election Sees Crypto-Friendly Politicians Win Governor Races

The U.S. now has four governors who are friendly to, if not outright proponents of, blockchain and cryptocurrencies.

SEC Official Says ‘Plain English’ Guidance On ICOs Is Coming

SEC Director of Corporation Finance William Hinman said the agency plans to release a "plain English" explanation of when a token sale is a security.