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Plattsburgh's Crypto Mining Ban Could End Earlier Than Expected

Plattsburgh imposed an 18-month halt on new commercial cryptomining operations, but indicated it could end sooner if protections are put in place.

ICOs Iced: A 12-Month Freeze on US Token Trading Is Just Beginning

The SEC's actions against U.S. ICOs appear to not only be discouraging innovation, they're leaving even experts confused about the state of play.

Carney On Eve of G20: Cryptos Don't Pose Risks to Financial Stability

A group of central bank regulators and government ministers said Sunday that cryptocurrencies don't pose a risk to global financial stability.

Arizona's Blockchain 'Node Rights' Law Is Nearing Passage

Arizona House Bill 2602, which would protect blockchain node operators from local regulations, was approved by two Senate committees.

Intel Thinks Blockchain Could Power a Next-Gen Media Rights Manager

Tech giant Intel has moved to protect a custom system for digital rights management built on a blockchain.

Why Banks Are Finally Talking Crypto In Filings

Before crowing, crypto fans should remember companies err on the side of caution when deciding what's material enough to include under "risk factors."

'Programming Blockchain' Will Change How You See Bitcoin

Jimmy Song's Programming Blockchain workshop taught me about a lot more than bitcoin.

The New Ways to Save Crypto from Quantum

However distant it may seem, powerful quantum computers have the potential to ruin cryptocurrency, and developers are already devising solutions.

Three Definitions of Tokenomics

The crypto revolution may be happening in real time, but that doesn't mean that definitions, while not final, can shape our understanding today.

Peter Thiel: Bitcoin Will Be the 'One Online Equivalent to Gold'

The co-founder of PayPal says there will be only one online equivalent to gold, and bitcoin, as the 'biggest' cryptocurrency, will triumph.

SEC Official Says 'Dozens' of Crypto Investigations Underway

Stephanie Avakian, a co-director of the U.S. SEC's Enforcement Division, said the agency is investigating "dozens" of ICO campaigns.

US Trade Regulator Shuts Down Crypto Investment Scheme Promoters

A U.S. district court has issued a restraining order against four individuals accused of operating a string of cryptocurrency investment schemes.

Kodak Could Earn $5 Million for ICO Brand Licensing Deal

Kodak licensed its brand out to WENN Digital for the KODAKCoin token, which could net the onetime photography giant between $2 and $5 million.

Security Settles on Ethereum in Blockchain Post-Trade First

A structured note is being issued on the ethereum blockchain, with an identical one settled on a traditional clearing house to test the cost savings.

Lithuanian Central Bank Seeks Developers for Blockchain Sandbox

The Bank of Lithuania has called for developer proposals to kick off its service-based blockchain platform called LBChain.

Crypto Featured for First Time in US Congress Economic Report

Congress' 2018 Joint Economic Report includes a chapter on cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, advocating for wider understanding of the tech.

VEN, BNB, NEM: Lesser-Known Cryptos Outperform Amid Bitcoin Slump

Lesser-known cryptocurrencies like Binance Coin and VeChain managed to score gains this week, despite the broader market sell-off.

New York Power Providers Cleared to Hike Rates for Crypto Miners

Cryptocurrency mining firms in New York State could face higher electricity bills after a ruling from the public utilities regulator.

Airdrop Attack? Monero Fork Condemned as Privacy Threat

Giving away free money isn't as simple as it sounds in crypto. In fact, an upcoming plan to do just that is being labeled an attack by some.

MIT-Founded Startup Raises $20 Million for Supply Chain Blockchain

Eximchain, a blockchain startup focused on the supply chain industry, has raised an investment of $20 million, ahead of a planned token airdrop.