The new data source, which also maps off-chain flows, could underpin future crypto regulations, according to the German-Dutch central bank project.
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) targeted several Chinese businesses and their employees Tuesday in the latest round of charges tied to production and trafficking of fentanyl – a network that depended on cryptocurrency payments, according to authorities.
Ripple’s Singapore arm has secured a license as a major payments institution from the Monetary Authority of Singapore, the company said, allowing it to keep providing digital payment token services in the fast-growing region.
Crypto-friendly Rep. Patrick McHenry (R-N.C.) has landed in the driver’s seat of the U.S. House of Representatives just as legislation to establish digital-asset regulations nears a finish line there.
SEC’s Motion to Appeal Loss in Ripple Case Is Denied
Co-founder of the Three Arrows Capital hedge fund was seized at Changi airport, Teneo said
BlockFi Says It's Taken Major Step Toward Emerging From Bankruptcy
Stablecoins alone can’t be considered securities, argues the USDC issuer, supported by former commodities regulator Heath Tarbert.
It would be hard for a big exchange to repeat an FTX collapse if the firm’s internal flow of crypto assets was also reported to an outside repository that U.S. regulators could see. That’s the idea behind new legislation from Rep. Don Beyer (D-Va.) that would force exchanges to share the movement of digital assets […]
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair Gary Gensler continued his combative stance against crypto “hucksters” in congressional testimony on Wednesday, declining to answer the industry’s most urgent questions while arguing that digital assets companies have been dangerously careless with customer assets.