Different regulatory stances from around the world are causing problems for the institutional growth of cryptocurrency, perhaps none so more than in the US with its many regulators.
Experts are predicting that institutional money will soon be flowing into cryptocurrencies, but most are still just watching with a keen interest, so what is putting them off?
Director of the division of corporate finance at the SEC says sales of Ether are not securities transactions.
The internet may not be able to handle vast amounts of crypto transactions, according to the Bank for International Settlements.
Lack of clarity on the regulation of cryptocurrencies has proved to be a major barrier for institutional investors looking to trade digital assets.
Mark Carney says time has come for cryptocurrencies to be held to same regulatory standards as the rest of the financial system.
General Manager at the BIS urged central banks to work alongside regulators and intervene in cryptocurrency activity.
Report on blockchain by EU regulator states certain regulatory requirements could become less relevant as blockchain technology progresses.