The MAGA memecoin once aspired to sponsor a NASCAR team, but is now effectively worthless.
Despite the fact that the creators claim no link to the Trump dynasty.
Palau, with 20,000 citizens, is offering foreigners a blockchain based digital “Green Card”
The $150 billion global stablecoin market is growing rapidly, necessitating a regulatory framework.
Impacted by news in Kazakhstan, Bitcoin's price plunged below $43,000 on Thursday morning.
Corey Frayer will be a senior adviser helping look after the agency’s oversight of cryptocurrencies.
It could become the first country to officially give Binance the go-ahead.
Donors to the campaign of Republican candidate Blake Masters will receive a limited-edition NFT.
Revenue from the Let’s Go Brandon coined has already donated thousands to charities
The bill aims to make clear tax reporting rules and categories for the new form of digital assets.
How this barely-month old coin has sparked such popularity
"[Stablecoins] are propping up one of the shadiest parts of the crypto world," said Senator Warren.
Will the Green Mountain state become the bitcoin state?
From closing the wealth gap to driving innovation, the political implications of blockchain's rise are only beginning to be understood.
Can we expect politicians to attain crypto literacy on their own?
The Bitcoin Foundation chairman responds to comments made by SEC commissioner Hester M. Pierce during Blockchain Week.
Can regulation establish order without suffocating innovation?
Investors seek regulatory clarity, but regulators sometimes need ambiguity to go after bad actors.
The United States is "unquestionably" behind the curve in terms of crypto regulation.
The mass adoption of crypto and blockchain will depend on regulations that bring new levels of security and legal clarity.
Lummis said that Bitcoin can "stabilize USD and undo the tailspin begun in 1971."
She added that cryptocurrencies could undermine currencies like the dollar.
Politician Sian Berry wants to target “risky financial products," but not ban them.
The new bill would ensure that wallets and those developing blockchains would not be lumped in with entities that need to report transfers.
Congressmen Tom Emmer (R-Mn.) and Darren Soto (D-Fl.) sent the letter on Nov. 3