A recent report published by the crypto and blockchain analytics firm TokenInsight suggests that the crypto community’s love affair with the initial exchange offering, supposed heir apparent to the initial coin offering, may already be ending after three short months.
Last week, the Securities and Exchange Commission issued an emergency lawsuit against Reginald Middleton and his two companies, Veritaseum LLC and Veritaseum Inc., alleging Middleton had held a fraudulent ICO. Middleton has since responded to the lawsuit, claiming that the…
The New York Supreme Court has ruled that the New York attorney general does have jurisdiction over Bitfinex, Tether, and their parent company, iFinex, meaning the investigation into an alleged $850 million cover-up will continue.
With the addition of 10 crypto projects, the Messari Disclosure Registry, which launched in November 2018, now has 53 total members, including 4 of the top 100 cryptocurrencies by market cap.
In an interview, Vitalik Buterin touched on Ethereum’s transition to a proof-of-stake network and the scalability issues he believes are keeping organizations from joining the platform.
Horizon State, an Australian-based blockchain voting platform, has shut down after a lawsuit brought against the firm, which has resulted in mounting legal costs.
Crypto exchange BitMEX has added Bermuda, Hong Kong, and the Seychelles to its list of locations with total trade access restrictions. The newcomers join a group made up of jurisdictions including the US, Quebec, and North Korea.
The ever-enthusiastic crypto Twitter was quick to point out a laundry list of inconsistencies in the language used throughout three blog posts from the latest person claiming to be the real Satoshi Nakamoto.
Binance is looking to create partnerships with governments, enterprises, and cryptocurrency and blockchain firms to participate in the exchange’s Venus initiative, which will see the exchange help with the development of new stablecoins on its own blockchain, Binance Chain.
20-year-old bitcoin millionaire Erik Finman has invested an undisclosed amount in Metallicus, a startup behind the peer-to-peer payments platform Metal Pay, in an attempt to create an “all-in-one” crypto banking platform that will include banking, payments, and social media features.