Bitcoin, ethereum and ripple all saw their prices tank.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced Tuesday it has obtained a court order to halt what is likely the largest initial coin offering ever.
The more than $500 million cryptocurrency Coincheck hack last week is unlikely to be the last in the space, according to an analyst.
SEC chairman Jay Clayton and CFTC chairman J. Christopher Giancarlo published their views on cryptocurrencies in a Wall Street Journal commentary piece.
The SEC indicated it would not be open to approving cryptocurrency exchange-traded funds unless sponsors could address concerns.
Buying into initial coin offerings can lead to the loss of investments, the chair of the European Securities and Markets Authority says.
Prices of major cryptocurrencies including bitcoin, ripple and ethereum took a hit following news of a potential South Korea trading ban.
South Korea's justice minister said a bill is being prepared to ban all cryptocurrency trading, Reuters reported Thursday, citing Yonhap.
Bitcoin fell on Thursday, marking the latest gyration following a major sell-off at the end of last week.
Dave Chapman from Hong Kong-based Octagon Strategy also said that bitcoin could become a huge disruptor in the finance industry.
Pantera Capital, a hedge fund that gained attention for returning 25,000 percent over its lifetime through the end of last year, saw the value of its cryptocurrency fund cut nearly in half in March, according to an investor letter Tuesday.
Mike Novogratz's cryptocurrency merchant bank Galaxy Digital has hired Richard Kim from Goldman Sachs as chief operating officer, according to a person familiar with the matter.
MBA programs at Stanford, Wharton and Georgetown are adding more blockchain and crypto classes in 2018 to keep up with demand from students and recruiters.