A popular economist from India believes that bitcoin regulation is essential so that it can turn into a legitimate currency in the state. Dr. S.P. Sharma Ph.D, Chamber of Commerce and Industry chief economist, spoke to the Economic Times (Indian business daily) and wondered how possible it was for bitcoin to turn into a regular […]

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Somewhat tough month for Cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin is falling to around $3,500 and newer, stricter regulations are taking place, especially with Ukraine and Indonesia refusing to accept Bitcoin as a legal method of payment. This are shocking news since this year is also the same year that saw Ukraine ordering 150BTMS (Bitcoin ATMs for easier trading), […]

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source cointelegraph.com By Willie Tan As reported by CCTV news, 17 trading platforms will stop cryptocurrency trading in Shanghai. BTCChina, Binance, SZZC, Lhang, ETCWin, Bitekuang, 51SZZC, Hanbiwang, Bitbill, 19800Net, FreeWillex, ICOAGE, 91ICO, ICOrace, ICOfox, ICORaise and ICO17 have publicly announced that they are no longer involved in ICO operations and have proposed plans to exit from the market. […]

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Banks such as Banco de Mexico have severally displayed their hesitancy in conceding that cryptocurrency is genuine. The bank gave its unfavorable opinions on Bitcoin in 2014, stating that it did notacknowledge digital currency as genuine. In addition, they forbade any financial institution in the state to take part in transactions using the digital currency […]

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Although initially ICOs became known in 2013, they are currently gaining momentum with investors getting involved in token sales and conventional seed and Series A financing for ICOs. Token sale regularity and dollars collected through ICO’s are making cryptocurrencies become popular also. The significance of ICOs has been talked about in a lot of summits […]

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The appearance of an updated Chinese ‘Blockchain e-Wallet’ on the App Store has added to confusion surrounding authorities’ stance of cryptocurrency. Local news portal cnLedger reported Monday that the wallet from Beijing Arxanfintech “features Blockchain tech” and can be linked to a Bank of China debit card. “As expected, we can’t find [Bitcoin] or other […]

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bizedge.co.nz written by Lew Kai Ping Initial coin offerings (ICOs) are not immune from the law despite being a novel and still-developing form of capital raising. They raise significant questions as to how legal obligations may be enforced and applied, according to insights released today from law firm Russell McVeagh. As the world of crypto-finance continues […]

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image: abc.net.au Australian government doesn’t seem all too happy with the recent surge in demand of cryptocurrencies and has now proposed a law to include jail time for cryptocurrency related offences. Coindesk reported that a draft bill has already been submitted in the Australian parliament. It offers details into the new regulations that are being proposed […]

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Posted Aug 11, 2017 at 21:45 UTC by Wolfie Zhao on coindesk.com – Regulation • News • Legal • Central Banking The National Bank of Ukraine, the country’s central bank, has indicated it may soon seek to regulate the use of cryptocurrencies. While a clear outline for the initiative is still absent, in its latest announcement, the central bank […]

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