Russia’s prime minister proposed recognizing crypto as property under the nation’s tax code.
Changes to the law will bring Russia’s crypto users more protections against fraud, said Mikhail Mishustin.
The National Assembly is pushing for a delay to the tax proposal to allow exchanges more time to prepare.
Government lawyers implied that citizens could legally pass along nuclear secrets to North Korea if held to the same standards as Griffith.
DoJ is now determined to hold the crypto industry to cross-border enforcement standards that have long applied to other sectors of finance.
Libel laws and new faces at the U.S. securities regulator lead the week’s news.
New rule-making aims to stop “creeping politicization of the banking industry,” says OCC head.
Celebrity attorney with extensive Hollywood and political connections will appear in battle with Forbes
Cryptocurrency exchange alleges “millions of dollars” in losses as a result of what it describes as a “false and misleading” article.
The Australian could be 99-years old by the time he is released if he’s sentenced to the maximum penalty.