Matthew Goettsche, 37, was arrested Tuesday in Colorado, while Jobadiah Weeks, 38, was taken into custody in Florida and Joseph Abel, 49, was arrested in California, according to the U.S. attorney's office.
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.
Trust is crucial in financial services, but it is something Facebook Mark Zuckerberg lacks, Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse says.
The social network's founder estimated that six out of the top 10 companies coming out of China don't share "American values."
The association appointed five board members at a meeting in Geneva on Monday, as it lays the groundwork for forward progress.
Bitcoin, the first cryptocurrency, launched just over a decade ago.
Bitcoin.com and HTC are partnering to develop crypto technologies, the companies announced Monday.
Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency is not getting a lot of love from world financial leaders.
U.S. lawmakers have warned that without proper regulation, Libra could threaten global financial stability and be susceptible to bad actors.
The Overstock CEO is no stranger to controversy.
Buying cryptocurrency can be confusing for investors who are inexperienced in the highly technical field.
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.
Brad Garlinghouse, CEO of Ripple, says not all crypto should be painted with one "broad brush."
Bullard identified illegal drug trades or the avoidance of existing financial regulations as some examples of potential illegal activity.
Mnuchin's comments come after two days of bruising hearings on Capitol Hill.
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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.
It's a real possibility that Congress could seek to halt the offering.