The Case For A Self-Regulatory Cryptocurrency Group In The U.S.

March 15, 2018
In the face of regulatory task forces, congressional hearings, subpoenas, and often conflicting views among regulators, its difficult to feel as an industry that...

Consumer Complaints: A Serious Crypto Industry Challenge That’s Easier To Solve Than You Think

December 19, 2017
As new consumer reports continue to shed light on the mounting customer complaints levied against U.S. cryptocurrency companies, crypto regulation and consumer protection are increasingly...

Recent Arrests For Unlicensed Money Transmission Signal The End Of Days For The Trader Gray Area

November 18, 2017
In late October of this year, a 52-year-old Michigan man was named in a federal indictment, accused of exchanging bitcoins improperly through LocalBitcoins (LBC). The trader,...

Are Regulators Concerned About Nascent Money Laundering In The Cryptocurrency Space?

November 2, 2017
It’s a given that with the advent of new technologies, there comes new regulatory challenges and other teething issues as society evolves and adapts....

SEC Continues Inquiring About Bitcoin And ICOs, But How Much Should You Worry?

October 17, 2017
The cryptocurrency industry has a difficult challenge ahead of it in the coming years: demonstrate legitimacy both to potential investors and regulators who are...

ULC’s Uniform Money Transmitter Licensing: How Soon Will New Regulations Affect Digital Currencies In All 50 States?

August 22, 2017
The Uniform Law Commission (ULC) has endeavored to unify cryptocurrency regulations across all 50 states for over two years now. Finally, the time has...