Politics & Law
With the potential to guarantee mutual trust and a verifiable route to justice, blockchain technology is a powerful tool to fix the parity within politics and law. This space will cover the technology fighting against them.
Money — whether we earn it, spend it or save it, we hardly ever think about what it is and why it exists.
The Federal Reserve is dropping rates to zero and offering trillions in liquidity to the U.S. financial system. What is the Fed doing, and how does it work?
After breaking down the charges against Larry Harmon, legal experts Sasha Hodder and Rafael Yakobi examine the case for bitcoin privacy and fungibility.
In September 2019, the interest rate for the overnight money market surged to 10%.
The deadline to form a reimbursement plan for victims of the infamous Mt. Gox cryptocurrency exchange hack has been pushed back to March 2020.
Following the arrest of Crypto Capital President Ivan Manuel Molina Lee, Bitfinex issued a statement regarding their relationship and seized funds.
Bitfinex is seeking deposition and documentation tied to millions of dollars it claims have been mismanagement by payment processor Crypto Capital.
Agatha Bacelar is running for Congress with the perspective that Bitcoin and blockchain technology can be drivers of social good.
The widow of QuadrigaCX’s late founder has agreed to turn over about $9 million of assets to the exchange’s victims.
The suit claims that Bitfinex and Tether umbrella company iFinex engaged in market manipulation, among other accusations.
An agreement between financial services company TMX Group and cryptocurrency broker Paycase Financial has resulted in a lawsuit between the two.
The New York branch of the Federal Reserve just financed $278 billion worth of repurchasing agreements, an echo to the Great Recession.
9/21/19: Bitcoin Magazine’s Week in Review brings you the most critical, interesting and popular news stories affecting Bitcoin this week.
A Russian law firm claims it can recover funds for victims of the 2014 Mt. Gox hack. But critics see some flaws in the outlined plan.
This week in bitcoin news saw another twist in the Craig Wright saga, LocalBitcoins move away from anonymous trading with new KYC/AML requirements and more.
Bitcoin IRA, BitGo and Kingdom Trust are locked in a legal battle over account holder request obstruction and deception.
Bitcoin SV Creator Craig Wright has reportedly lost his latest legal battle, with the judge questioning his credibility.
The latest unlicensed bitcoin exchange conviction led authorities to seize $889,000 and 54.3 in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo wants cryptocurrencies to be regulated under existing rules for electronic transactions.
A lawsuit filed against Craig Wright will move forward after a judge rejected Wright’s motion to dismiss it.
The fight to provide cryptocurrency services in the Holy Land.
Representative Ted Budd has introduced a bill meant to reform the national tax code around cryptocurrency.
Bitcoin miners who plugged in directly to a distribution board cost a utility company over $760,000 in Malaysia.
A judge has determined that Coinbase will have to answer to a lawsuit over its listing of bitcoin cash in court.