Speaking on Bloomberg TV in Davos, Huw van Steenis, senior advisor to Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, said “cryptocurrencies fail fundamental tests of financial services.”
Crypto Regulation Bill to be discussed By Russian parliament – set to define cryptocurrencies as “property”
Russia’s lower house of parliament, State Duma, is looking to adopt a long-awaited piece of legislation concerning digital financial assets by March, according to TASS, and that it will define cryptocurrencies as property.
On the tenth anniversary of Bitcoin, veteran crypto lawyer Addison Cameron-Huff has launched the first all-crypto legal firm.
China will begin to enforce new regulations for blockchain platforms from next month.
TRON makes a key hire, as it recruits a former SEC official to become its very first compliance officer…
New AML bill given thumbs up by cabinet will lead to stricter rules, and ease police access to bank accounts.
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority is looking into the activities of 18 firms in connection with cryptocurrency transactions.
Though 2018 was for the most part an exciting time for the crypto community, there has been one notable cloud over proceedings in the form of the SEC’s involvement…
Security services around the globe are clamping down on anonymity services, to the extent that it could collapse the burgeoning blockchain sector. Australia’s latest anti-encryption laws are a case in point. 8th December saw the Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment Assistance and Access Bill 2018 (AA Bill) rushed through the House of Representatives in Canberra. […]
The SEC has it all wrong on cryptocurrency exchanges, a controversial paper claims, aiming to shake up the industry.
Could Bitcoin be about to have a happy new year?