PayPal and the Anti-Defamation League are working more closely together to try and disrupt extremist groups' use of the platform.
Marketplace Senior Economics Contributor Chris Farrell says think twice. He calls the crypto ecosystem "volatile" and "opaque."
Regulators want banks to have cushions of capital when it comes to cryptocurrency investments.
But experts say that other governments are watching what happens in China, and could follow with restrictions of their own.
Laura Shin, one of the first reporters to cover crypto-assets full time, says Bitcoin's "the most fascinating thing" she's watched.
Mainstream banks may offer a layer of legitimacy to cryptocurrency that is appealing to big institutional investors.
More institutional investors believe Bitcoin is standing the test of time, says Jordi Visser of Weiss Multi-Strategy Advisers.
Is it an asset or a security? Jelena McWilliams, head of the banking insurance agency, talks about balancing innovation and regulation.
The Facebook CEO is trying to woo lawmakers and regulators to approve his digital currency.
Travel firm Booking Holdings has pulled out of the Libra Association as companies involved in the digital currency face increased regulation.