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Global AML Watchdog to Release Crypto Regulations By Next June

Global money-laundering watchdog, the Financial Action Task Force, has said it will draw up rules for cryptocurrency regulation by next summer.

North Korean Hacking Group Lazerus Stole $571 Million in Cryptos: Report

North Korea's infamous hacking group, dubbed Lazarus, has managed to steal over half a billion dollars in cryptocurrencies, a report indicates.

Sia Network Releases Hard Fork Code to Block Crypto Mining Giants

Sia has released the formal code for an imminent hard fork that will block cryptocurrency mining firms like Bitmain from its blockchain network.

Bitcoin's Price Breaks Through Key Support As Stocks Go South

Risk aversion in the US stock markets yesterday may have worked in favor of the bitcoin bears.

Crypto Exchange Huobi Now Lets Users Swap Between 4 Different Stablecoins

Singapore-based cryptocurrency exchange Huobi has just launched a solution that enables users to switch between different stablecoins.

Chip Maker TSMC Forecasts Weaker Crypto Mining Demand in Q4

Taiwanese chip-making giant TSMC has forecast that revenue growth will be impacted by weakness in cryptocurrency mining demand in Q4.

Enough with the ICO-Me-So-Horny-Get-Rich-Quick-Lambo 'Crypto'

What are cypherpunk legend Timothy May's thoughts on the bitcoin white paper? Keep the text but throw out the hanger-ons that have came with it.

Judge Orders Trading Firm, CEO to Pay $2.5 Million in Bitcoin Ponzi Case

The CFTC has won a legal battle against a New York resident and his company for running a Ponzi scheme centered around bitcoin.

World's Largest Crypto Exchange Binance Looks to Add New Stablecoins

Binance sees stablecoins like tether, and potentially the Gemini Dollar, as "critical for our ecosystem," the exchange's chief financial officer says.

Ripple's Head of Information Security Leaves for Token Startup

Sujay Jaladi will leave Ripple to join another blockchain startup, Harbor.

The SEC Is Setting Up a New Division to Talk to ICO Startups

The SEC's new FinHub is being launched with the aim of facilitating interactions with fintech startups, including ICO issuers.

Crypto Exchange Coinbase Open-Sources Its Security Scaling Tool

U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase is making a recently developed security scaling tool available to the public.

Mt Gox's Bitcoin Creditors Have 4 Days to Submit Rehabilitation Claims

Clients of the defunct crypto exchange Mt. Gox must submit claims for trapped funds by Oct. 22.

Gates Foundation Partners With Former Ripple CTO's Blockchain Project

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has partnered with Coil, a startup founded by Ripple's former CTO, to provide payment services for the unbanked.

Security firm G4S Has Launched a Crypto Custody Service

U.K.-based security services company G4S now offers a crypto custody service aimed to protect investors' digital assets from hacks and theft.

Bitcoin Price Eyes Triangle Breakout Above $6.4K

Bitcoin is again restricted in a narrowing price range, but technical studies indicate scope for a bullish breakout.

Asian Development Bank Paper Touts Blockchain in Government Procurement

A consultation paper for the Asian Development Bank proposes a blockchain network to boost efficiency in government procurement systems worldwide.

Japanese Government Working to Simplify Cryptocurrency Tax Filings

Japan's Tax Commission is planning to introduce a new system to make it easier for crypto traders and investors to calculate their profits.

How a Bitcoin Exchange Is Surviving the Central Bank Crackdown in India

Indian regulators' clampdown on crypto firms is forcing exchange Unocoin to experiment with ATMs and stablecoins to continue receiving fiat deposits.

US Marshals to Auction $4.3 Million in Bitcoin Next Month

The U.S. Marshals are set to auction off about 660 bitcoin forfeited in federal criminal, civil and administrative cases, worth about $4.3 million.