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Regulators from the US and Canada have formed Operation Cryptosweep, a task force focused on cracking down cryptocurrency-related scams and fraud ICOs.

TRON's prices went up as the launch of the crypto’s own MainNet gains interest from investors. TRON will migrate from the Ethereum network to its MainNet.

The Wall Street Journal has found 271 out of 1450 reviewed initial coin offerings are fraudulent, showing clear signs investors should instantly avoid.

Ethereum was ranked the best public blockchain project, according to China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, while Bitcoin was ranked 13th.

The European Union has ordered cryptocurrency exchanges and wallet providers to identify their clients, as part of EU’s anti-money laundering efforts.

Bing joins Google and Facebook in banning companies from posting any cryptocurrency-related advertising on the search engine beginning next month.

Media giant Thomson Reuters, in partnership with crypto exchanges, released a real-time virtual currency data feed available to traders and investors.

FedEx has announced that it is investing in blockchain, joining other companies in looking for ways to benefit from this new and promising technology.

Alexis Ohanian sees crypto's future as a more secure option than fiat money’s. Meanwhile, Reddit announces plans to accept crypto payments again.

Bitcoin Cash will upgrade its system on May 15 and will increase its maximum block size to 32MB and introduce smart contracts to its blockchain.