SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce wants to see new crypto projects get a fair shake at U.S. capital markets.
Part 1 of this series covers the legal implications associated with the sale of SAFTs and different approaches to legal interpretations of tokens.
The government of Monaco has passed a new bill introducing the establishment of a security token framework.
Bitcoin isn’t property under new Russian ruling while authorities in the U.S. and the EU challenge encrypted networks in this week’s Law Decoded.
The former CFTC chair’s analysis stating that Ripple’s XRP is not a security might be wrong.
A Singapore man was fined $72,000 for operating a multi-level marketing scheme linked to the Ponzi scheme OneCoin.
Authorities across Europe take down an organized crime syndicate that used an encrypted chat network to coordinate their illicit activities.
A court has likened Coinbase to a “traditional bank” in rejecting an appeal from a convicted child porn purchaser who appealed using the Fourth Amendment.
A Russian court turned down a request from a victim of a 100 Bitcoin theft seeking restitution, with the court arguing that cryptocurrencies have no legal status.
As Russia draws up new strict cryptocurrency legislation, P2P Bitcoin exchanges and crypto trades in the country rise significantly.