Category Archive For "Regulation"
FinCEN’s director says increased adoption of reporting guidelines for crypto businesses has led to an uptick in the number of suspicious activity reports filed
Capital gains taxation on crypto transactions could be introduced by the first half of 2020, South Korea’s Ministry of Economy and Finance has confirmed
The U.S. SEC is attempting to force Telegram’s former chief investment advisor to testify in the case over the firm’s Grams tokens offering
Per Deutsche Bank’s recent research, people’s heightened demand for dematerialized means of payment and anonymity could drive more individuals to digital currencies
CryptoBridge DEX is closing down in a hurry, forcing customers to complete KYC procedures within just two weeks to get their money back. Should other exchanges be worried?
Senior U.S. financial regulators warn that stablecoins pose risks to the economy in an annual report from the Financial Stability Oversight Council
At least five Chinese cryptocurrency exchanges have chosen to suspend or end services in line with Beijing’s purportedly toughened stance
A California federal court finds that U.S. tax authorities have broadly stayed within their legitimate remit when collecting user data from crypto exchanges
Facebook needs to change strategy and focus on the Calibra wallet — not Libra — to assure success, say eToro’s blockchain researchers
Details are still sketchy after Upbit hack, although some experts are skeptical to call it an “inside job.” Meanwhile, exchange’s operator confirms they are planning a quick reimbursement
Bittrex has denied claims that it reached out to the Ukrainian government to cooperate on developing the cryptocurrency industry there
BitBay will drop support for the privacy-centric cryptocurrency Monero in 2020 in order to stay in line with industry Anti-Money Laundering standards
Experts believe new legal statement on crypto will help London keep its crown as the epicentre of the financial world, “The UK was, is, and will be the leading financial center of the world.”
The Leading Group for Remediation of Internet Finance Risks of the Chinese technology capital of Shenzhen warned against illegal cryptocurrency-related activities
China: More than 32,000 Chinese companies claim to use blockchain technology, while the real number is less than 10% of that