Unlike the U.S., Germany will regard bitcoin as equivalent to legal tender when used as a means of payment, according to a new government document.
Genesis Global Capital will allow investors to borrow crypto in quantities of $100,000 or more for terms ranging from two weeks to six months.
In its most recent annual filing, Square explains how uncertainty surrounding accounting guidelines for cryptocurrency may affect its bottom line.
Executives from HSBC Bank revealed in a conference call this week they intend to pilot projects for blockchain-based transactions.
The tiny Republic of the Marshall Islands plans to sell a cryptocurrency, known as the Sovereign, to supplement the U.S. dollar as its legal tender.
A self-governing banking association in Lithuania just issued a warning to residents regarding the risks of investing in cryptocurrencies.
JPMorgan Chase has become the third major banking institution to list cryptocurrencies as a possible risk factor for its business.
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission has given its staff permission to invest in cryptocurrencies, according to a report.
Blockchain governance is shaped by much more than protocol rules: the underlying internet rails, social norms, markets and laws all have an influence.
The launch of Japan’s first bank-backed cryptocurrency exchange has again been postponed as it seeks to strengthen security measures.