Kollen Post is a writer, editor and language junkie from West Michigan. He specializes in tracing the intersections of regulation, law and blockchain, especially as they cross national borders. Outside of crypto, he likes rock climbing and bad horror movies.
U.S. agencies work to handle crypto in sanctions evasion, but may ultimately just cut the country off from an evolving financial world.
US Sanctions Strategy and Crypto: The Cracks Are Showing in Iran
U.S. ISIS supporter gets 13-year sentence for funding the terrorist organization using cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin back in 2017.
US Woman Funding ISIS With Bitcoin Gets 13-Year Jail Sentence
The collapse in Ether’s price could lead to an emergency shutdown for DeFi leader MakerDAO, though it’s a contingency that developers are eager to avoid.
DeFi Giant MakerDAO Avoiding Shutdown in the Face of Tanking ETH — For Now
The United States Senate Committee on Homeland Security examines legislation looking at new cyberthreats to the homefront.
US Senate Looks at New Cybersecurity Measures for New Era in Homeland Security
U.S. Congressman introduces Crypto-Currency Act of 2020, hoping to finally lay down the law as to which regulators handle which digital assets.
US Congressman Introduces Crypto-Currency Act of 2020
Representatives from Coinbase and Kraken fear that the IRS is overestimating the threat they pose to U.S. regulation.
Major Crypto Exchanges Lament Outsized Scrutiny From US IRS
A panel of experts spoke before the U.S. IRS on recent changes in crypto technology that are shaking up the world of taxation.
From Taxes to Transparency: The IRS Gets Schooled on Crypto