CoinDesk has identified several websites claiming to sell Telegram’s gram token, but the sale is known to be a private placement effort.
The finance minister of the Netherlands has called for new regulations around cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings.
Vitalik Buterin discussed a new idea Friday for a scaling solution that envisions how the capabilities of the ethereum blockchain might be expanded.
PBoC chairman Zhou Xiaochuan said the central bank will one day have a digital currency, though several requirements must be met first.
The Tennessee Senate Ways and Means Committee has voted to advance a bill banning public retirement trusts from investing in cryptocurrencies.
“Keeping the dogs at bay” is Rep. Tom Emmer’s goal. The Congressional Blockchain Caucus member worries overzealous regulation could stifle innovation.
Crypto investment fund Multicoin Capital has announced that investors including Marc Andreessen are taking part in its $250 million flagship fund.
How bad were the crypto markets this week? Bitcoin lost nearly one-quarter of its value and it still wasn’t the week’s big loser.
Star Xu, the founder of Chinese crypto exchange OKCoin, is sparking controversy with remarks his firm may be open to working with the government.
New York family office Dominion Capital is launching a product for a new breed of consumer that’s “crypto rich” but low on cash.