The U.S. Department of Justice has won the right to confiscate money and items Alexandre Cazes enjoyed from his dark web e‐commerce empire’s riches.
A judge has weighed in on cryptocurrencies falling under securities laws, and several new stablecoins are approved by New York regulators.
The government of Mexico has published provisions regarding cryptocurrency. The Bank of Mexico will decide which cryptocurrencies are legal and fintech companies must gain approval from the central bank to operate in the crypto space..
The Reserve Bank of India has argued at the Supreme Court that bitcoin cannot be recognized as either money or currency.
A group of cryptocurrency businesses have announced the formation of a US lobbying entity based in Washington known as the Blockchain Association.
A New York federal judge has ruled that a case of alleged crypto fraud falls under the Securities Exchange Act.
Ripple and R3 have achieved a settlement in the case of an alleged violation of a purchase agreement for XRP tokens.
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) group JAMS is trying to get ahead of the curve by launching a practice that specifically focuses on issues involving cryptocurrencies, blockchains, and smart contracts, the company announced in a press release on September 7, 2018.
Ripple’s general counsel Brynly Llyr has departed her post after almost two years of serving at the firm.
A Brussels‐based think tank has urged the European Union to adopt common crypto regulations. Its report will be reviewed during this week’s meeting of the EU finance ministers in Vienna. Also in The Daily, the Eurasian Economic Union may adopt a single settlement currency, possibly a crypto, Samsung Pay offers a tokenized money transfer service in Russia, and Transfergo launches remittance payments to India using DLT technology..