Paypal co-founder Max Levchin said the United States runs the risk of losing the digital currency battle if it doesn't fully digitize the dollar.
Suspect told North Koreans they could use cryptocurrency to 'achieve independence from the global banking system,' according to a criminal complaint.
We may all be paying indirectly for private bitcoin mining operations.
The Dolder Grand Hotel in Zurich now accepts Bitcoin, and other travel outlets that are starting to accept cryptocurrency.
Bitcoin.com and HTC are partnering to develop crypto technologies, the companies announced Monday.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell says Facebook's new cryptocurrency project has a "burden of proof to carry."
Buying cryptocurrency can be confusing for investors who are inexperienced in the highly technical field.
Fox News national security analyst Walid Phares discusses the use of bitcoin by terrorist organizations, as well as the current situation in Hong Kong.
Overstock's tZERO security tokens can now be traded by unaccredited investors.
Facebook’s digital currency chief says the company’s proposed cryptocurrency network can help law enforcement track down thieves, money launderers and other devious characters with the mega amounts of user and transaction info the digital wallet platform will store.
Failure to comply could result in audits and even criminal investigations, the agency said.
Cryptocurrency entrepreneur Justin Sun apologized on Thursday for ”over-marketing” and postponing his charity lunch with Warren Buffett.
Brad Garlinghouse, CEO of Ripple, says not all crypto should be painted with one "broad brush."
Cryptocurrency entrepreneur Justin Sun will have to wait a little longer to change Warren Buffett's opinion on digital currency.
Bullard identified illegal drug trades or the avoidance of existing financial regulations as some examples of potential illegal activity.
Still in its infancy, Libra is getting lambasted.
California Rep. Brad Sherman thinks Facebook’s new cryptocurrency could be dangerous to Americans — even more so than Osama Bin Laden carrying out the 9/11 terror attacks.
President Trump and Fed Chairman Jerome Powell are among those officials that have concerns over the digital currency.
Marcus is set to testify before the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday to address widespread concerns about Libra.
The Treasury Department has expressed “very serious concerns” Libra could be used to carry out illicit activities.