A weekly roundup of regulatory moves by different nations and agencies.
An investor is suing Ripple Labs, claiming that XRP is a security pertaining to the startup.
Arizona Senate Bill 1091 has been passed by the House and Senate – but no longer mentions cryptocurrencies anywhere.
The British tycoon published a post Thursday warning the public to ignore bitcoin scams promoting themselves using his image.
The crypto markets continued to build on April’s gains this week, with alternative cryptocurrencies like nano, VeChain and bytecoin leading the way.
Ethiopia is exploring the use of blockchain technology to track the supply chain for its largest export, coffee.
Police in the Indian city of Vizag have ordered hotels to deploy a new blockchain security solution.
Venezuela is reportedly launching a youth bank to be funded by the state’s controversial cryptocurrency, the petro.
Nearly half of the 26 publicly listed banks in China said they deployed blockchain applications in 2017.
Following a bull breakout last night, bitcoin (BTC) looks set to test $10,000 and could possibly move higher over the weekend.