A US Congressional subcommittee is developing a bill to study the use of digital currencies by terrorists, CoinDesk has learned.
The bill, known as the “Homeland Security Assessment of Terrorists U... Read More
Legislators in Nevada completed work on a bill to block the taxation of blockchain use.
Public records show the bill, first reported by CoinDesk in March, has unanimously passed both the state Sena... Read More
Two members of the US House of Representatives have filed a bill seeking to create a tax exemption for purchases made with cryptocurrencies.
Back in 2014, the Internal Revenue Service declared that... Read More
The Australian Senate has begun deliberating a bill that would apply the country's anti-money laundering (AML) statutes to domestic cryptocurrency exchanges.
The bill was first unveiled in August –... Read More
Sia Network Releases Hard Fork Code to Block Crypto Mining Giants
The sia blockchain network has released the formal code for an imminent hard fork that will block miners using hardware produced by Bitmain and other major manufacturers.
David Vorick, founder and
North Korean Hacking Group Lazerus Stole $571 Million in Cryptos: Report
North Korea's infamous hacking group, dubbed Lazarus, has managed to steal over half a billion dollars in cryptocurrencies, a report indicates.
According to an article published Friday by The Next
Bitcoin's Price Breaks Through Key Support As Stocks Go South
Bitcoin (BTC) has dropped out of the tight trading range seen recently, paralleling losses in the U.S. stock markets.
The leading cryptocurrency, which was trapped in a triangle pattern (narrowing
Chip Maker TSMC Forecasts Weaker Crypto Mining Demand in Q4
Chip-making giant Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has predicted weak demand for processors from cryptocurrency miners for the fourth quarter.
TSMC, the primary supplier for crypto