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ICOs: Fix the Problem Before the SEC Fixes It for You

If you sold tokens to unaccredited investors, or otherwise have not complied with the federal securities laws, make it right before the SEC finds you.

US Officials Praise Blockchain Amid ICO Concerns

Crypto regulation and government applications of blockchain were hot topics at day two of the D.C. Blockchain Summit.

Bull Return? Bitcoin Eyes $11K Following Upside Break

As bullish indicators strengthen, bitcoin now looks set to extend gains to $11,000 or higher, chart analysis indicates.

Bitcoin Eyes $10K, But Longer Outlook Favors Bears

Bitcoin’s recent drop below $10,000 has strengthened the bearish indicators on the weekly chart, though a limited corrective rally may lie ahead.

Will Lightning Help or Hurt Bitcoin Privacy?

As the reality of faster, cheaper bitcoin payments approaches via the Lighting Network, concerns are spreading about the privacy it will offer.

Crypto Jobs? Where We’re Going We Won’t Need Jobs

Yes, blockchain entrepreneurs should try to make work more rewarding for employees. But that’s just a baby step on the road we’re on.

Why Crypto Is Spreading Up the Dublin Coast

The crypto landscape in Dublin has changed rapidly, and with an enthusiasm perhaps disproportionate to the city’s scale.

Ripple’s XRP Worst Hit By January Market Decline

Large-cap cryptocurrencies may have had a stellar 2017, but 2018 hasn’t been so kind – with several being worst hit.

Latest Zcash Ceremony Used Chernobyl Waste

Zcash’s latest private Powers of Tau ceremony used nuclear waste in a small aircraft to generate random code, helping to ensure the network’s privacy.

A Haven for Blockchain: The Case for Wyoming

Three bills in the state legislature, combined with zero taxes and cheap power, should make Wyoming a competitive location for blockchain businesses.