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The European Securities and Markets Authority released a public call for input on cryptocurrency-based contracts-for-differences.
A Korean financial regulator has reportedly indicated it is investigating possible insider trading of cryptocurrencies by its own staff.
The cryptocurrency sky fell yesterday as 49 of the top 50 coins (by Market Cap) were down with only Tether (USDT) posting a gain. In fact, only two coins, KuCoin Shares and VeChain, showed losses less than 10 percent and only 12 of the top 50 have l…
Israel’s government has published draft circular outlining possible approaches to taxing the proceeds of initial coin offerings (ICOs).
Soldiers in South Korea will no longer be able to access online cryptocurrency trading websites whilst at military bases. A notification issued Monday by the Ministry of Defence outlined plans to crackdown on digital currency trading. They also began shutting down access to websites about Bitcoin and other virtual currencies at the same time. The notification […]
A new bill introduced by a U.S. lawmaker calls for the formation of a task force to combat the use of cryptocurrencies in financing terrorism.
The French minister of the economy has announced the creation of a working group to develop cryptocurrency regulations.
News of increased regulation in China and South Korea have likely caused a short-term market dip across cryptocurrency
The vice governor of China’s central bank is reportedly seeking a wider ban on services related to cryptocurrency trading in the country.
A director of Germany’s central bank said at an event that cryptocurrencies must be regulated at a global scale, not just on a national level.
The central bank of Lithuania has launched a new regulatory “sandbox” for startups working with blockchain.
South Korean authorities have reportedly said that cryptocurrency investors must attach their IDs to anonymous virtual accounts or face penalties.
Indonesia’s Central Bank, Bank Indonesia (BI), have united with the national police service to tackle the illegal use of Bitcoin in Bali. According to them, the tourist hot spot is much more likely to attract people trying to use the cryptocurrency for transactions that are outside the law. The Jakarta Post and local language news […]
Bank Indonesia has warned that cryptocurrencies may not be used for payments in the country.