Category Archive For "Regulation"
Using regulation to one’s advantage is the main factor of an innovative fintech business. The best way to achieve it is closely monitoring the shifting regulatory landscape.
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As COVID-19 has the financial system more internet-dependent than ever, Congress is worried that the United States’ cyber defenses are not up to the current challenge.
A U.S. think tank working towards a digitized dollar has released a white paper detailing inaugural aims and use cases for a central bank digital currency.
The Kleiman estate’s legal team has seized upon this week’s revelation that 145 Bitcoin addresses claimed by Craig Wright are controlled by someone else.
The head of the agency that enforces the Bank Secrecy Act and KYC requirements in the U.S. says the agency aims to help crypto innovate responsibly.
Brad Garlinghouse, the CEO of Ripple, has taken to Twitter urging U.S. regulators to get on board with cryptocurrencies, or risk losing global financial dominance to China.
People’s Bank of China clarified that there is still “no timetable” on a formal digital yuan launch, despite the ongoing pilot project.
RBI’s recent response to an information request shows that Indian banks are not prohibited from dealing with cryptocurrency business.
Telegram has dropped its appeal against a U.S. federal court’s injunction that forbade Gram distribution, putting a halt to the TON project.