CoinDesk Research has released its full Q1 State of Blockchain report. Here’s a look at six notable highlights.
US immigration services are actively weighing the question of whether bitcoin can be used to pay for obligations tied to a controversial visa program.
The United Nations agency dedicated to fighting drug trafficking and organized crime has developed a new cryptocurrency training program.
Vermont is close to approving a study of how blockchain could help the state attract jobs – and the tax revenue that comes with them.
The president of the Federal Reserve of Minneapolis took aim at bitcoin today, criticizing the ease at which new cryptocurrencies can be created.
Hungary’s government has set its sights on OneCoin, a digital currency investment scheme widely believed to be fraudulent.
Russia’s government is said to be moving ahead with plans to introduce rules for blockchain use by 2020.
Vermont has passed a new bill that tweaks state law to account for digital currencies.
Mauritius is luring blockchain innovators with its friendly regulatory environment and connections to countries with large unbanked populations.
Australia’s government is pushing ahead with plans to solve the “double taxation” problem of digital currencies in the country.