The IRC is seeking a narrower focus in its investigation of digital currency startup Coinbase
GDAX promised to credit customer accounts which experienced a margin call or stop loss order as a direct result of the rapid price movement.
Two major bitcoin exchanges unveiled the cyberattacks occured this week, which is not surpsrising given the bull market in cryptoassets.
The world’s most popular bitcoin exchange has integrated litecoin into its platform, allowing people to easily buy and sell the virtual currency.
Token was developed to provide universal access to financial services to help more than 2.5 billion people who do not have an account at a financial institution.
GDAX celebrates the launch as a huge step towards a more transparent and fair market and sets no fees for margin trading.
The New York Department of Financial Services approved the virtual currency and money transmitter license for Coinbase after a thorough review of its applications.
The IRS responds to the motion of Coinbase’s user asking the court to allow the tax agency proceeding with its “John Doe” summons.
According to Jeffrey Berns, more than a million Americans are subject to the summons granted to the IRS.
The IRS suspects that some individuals could have hidden taxable income for the specified period.
The Internal Revenue Services sent Coinbase a summons asking for information on all users basing on three isolated cases when people used bitcoin to evade taxes.
The leading bitcoin exchange is not planning to support ETC trading so far.
One of the leading bitcoin exchanges has expanded its bitcoin buying feature to Canada and Singapore, following the launch of the service in Australia.