The number of cryptocurrency and blockchain patent applications in the US has nearly doubled in the past year, USPTO data reveals.
Vermont has passed a new bill that tweaks state law to account for digital currencies.
Legislators in Washington state have put the finishing touches on new rules for businesses that offer digital currency services.
Arno Laeven argues that organisations setting out to explore blockchain with a view to adoption need to manage their expectations.
A recent issue with Dole’s public stock highlights the potential for blockchain in capital markets, proponents say.
Impending EU laws, although not aimed directly at the blockchain industry, could prove impactful to its practices, says attorney Jacek Czarnecki.
An effort to prohibit the tracking of firearms with distributed ledgers has progressed to the state’s Senate.
A trader based in China’s Hunan province is bringing a lawsuit against cryptocurrency exchange OKCoin.
Ledger Labs’ Josh Stark breaks the complexities of blockchain law down into two relatively simple categories.
A Coinbase user resisting an IRS request for customer data has refused to abandon the fight, but experts say the tax agency’s actions were expected.