The commission may be conducting normal inspections of the questioned exchange, or it may be seeking particular compliance problems to litigate
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of the United States is allegedly investigating how cryptocurrency exchanges prevent insider trading.
After initially delaying recruiting, Coinbase's CEO revealed intentions to downsize its workforce by 18 percent, blaming the onset of a recession
Due to the beginning of a recession, Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong revealed on Tuesday that he took the "difficult decision" to cut the size of the staff by around 18 percent.
New York State Department of Financial Services, a notoriously harsh regulator, claims to be the first in the nation to implement such rules.
The New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) provided regulatory advice for dollar-backed stablecoins Wednesday. DFS says it's the first U.S. authority to put such requirements on a stablecoin issuer.
Critics have suggested that the price volatility of cryptocurrencies after a market meltdown might decrease excitement for accepting cryptocurrencies as payment.
Tom Tate, mayor of Gold Coast, Australia, has proposed that citizens may pay municipal taxes using bitcoin in the future. Critics have raised concerns about volatility and the current market fall.
Vitalik suggested to use carbon pricing and with those earnings to compensate users with low income
As the state of New York advances a measure that, if passed, would prohibit proof-of-work (PoW) mining, members of the cryptocurrency community voice their opposition on social media.
Small investors incurring losses might have far-reaching implications, but experienced investors know how to cope
Regulation is required to expose the crypto environment to a bigger public, saidChristopher Waller at the SNB-CIF Conference on Cryptoassets and Financial Innovation in Zurich, Switzerland.
In response to the collapse of Terra, the Japanese government is hurrying to implement new stablecoin rules
Japan is advancing laws authorizing the creation of stablecoins, or digital assets whose value is tethered to fiat currencies or stabilized by an algorithm.
A Digital Assets Committee was announced in South Korea, and an inquiry was initiated, as well as meetings with financial regulators from Asia-Pacific
Payment gateway services that accept digital assets are under investigation in Seoul, South Korea, by the country's Financial Supervisory Service (FSS).