Craig Wright was charged today with fabricating evidence to bolster his claim that he is Satoshi Nakamoto in the highly contentious COPA vs. Wright trial.
Amid a crackdown on cryptocurrency exchanges, the Nigerian government requests $10 billion in reparations.
Amidst an investigation into his involvement in Blockchain Global's demise, the company's former director has been temporarily prohibited from leaving the nation.
Do Kwon may not be extradited to the US in time for the company's trial before the SEC of that nation, his attorneys have stated.
The US IRS has hired two new private-sector specialists in cryptocurrency taxation to concentrate on digital assets.
In a letter to G20 finance ministers and central bankers, FSB chair Klaas Knot stated that the outlook for global financial stability is still difficult.
Five US senators have co-signed legislation calling for outlawing CBDCs to oppose the Biden administration's ambitions to introduce a "digital dollar."
Insolvent cryptocurrency exchange FTX has returned to its previous owners after settling a dispute over its European division.
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CZ has been subject to new travel restrictions, which the US Attorney's Office has asked a federal judge to grant.