A new Monero update brings improvements in performance, speed, and security amid increased scrutiny from law enforcement and developments from competitors
U.S. regulators are starting to track crypto more seriously, and that’s a good sign for all crypto holders.
What a statement from a coin whose white paper originally proclaimed it as “a privacy-centric cryptographic currency.”
Three blockchain analytics firms reportedly have Monero-tracking abilities, which could affect XMR price — but can anyone actually track it?
A society without paper money might be a less equitable society. Those lacking digital connectivity would suffer.
The Internal Revenue Service plans to make all income tax payers check a box indicating whether they have transacted in crypto over 2020.
Taking account of more aggressive crypto tracking measures and what they mean for future government adoption of blockchain.
The United States IRS agency has announced a bounty of up to $625k to anyone who can crack Monero’s privacy.
Less than a year has passed since the IRS first sent taxpayers cryptocurrency “soft letters.”
New muscle from law enforcement investigating crypto suggests that government innovation may be slow but the government gets what it wants.