While FOMO drives up bitcoin's price and derivatives market, Telegram announces another delay and Andreessen Horowitz raises a $515 million fund.
Messaging app Telegram postponed the launch of its TON blockchain on Wednesday, triggering a costly clawback clause in its agreement with investors.
The Blockchain Association is claiming that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is wrongfully conflating Kik's exempt offering of securities during a 2017 ICO with the issuance of kin tokens
Blackmoon Crypto, a small exchange hoping to grow its clientele by becoming the first to list Telegram's tokens, is shutting down just weeks after a judge barred any token issuance.
Telegram’s ongoing court battle with the SEC over its $1.7 billion token offering could put pressure on Congress to move cryptocurrency regulation forward, according to the Blockchain Association.
The advocacy group has supported Telegram's appeal over a U.S. district court's decision to block the firm's token issuance – even outside the country.
A federal judge denied Telegram's request to issue Gram tokens to non-U.S. investors.
Telegram has asked a court to clarify if it can still issue its tokens to non-U.S. investors after a preliminary injunction blocked the issuance in the U.S.
A recent ruling stopping Telegram from distributing its cryptocurrency creates new legal peril for public blockchains, argues lawyer Josh Lawler.
Developers are discussing ways to launch Telegram's blockchain without the messaging app company's participation, following a court order tying its hands.
Telegram has appealed a court ruling barring it from distributing its gram cryptocurrency.
A federal judge has granted the SEC’s preliminary injunction request, barring Telegram from issuing any gram tokens when it launches its blockchain network.
A Russian government agency has requested contractor bids to find ways to block censorship-resistant internet tech, including one blockchain: Telegram's.
Roman Abramovich, owner of the Chelsea soccer club, invested $10 million in Telegram’s $1.7 billion token sale through a British Virgin Islands-based entity, court papers indicate.
In his first public comments on the case, federal judge P. Kevin Castel called on Telegram and the SEC to consider the "economic realities" of the case such as the gram token’s secondary market.