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Category: Global Regulation

October 7, 2018

Japan’s New Science Minister Is Promoting Cryptocurrency, Tech, and IT Innovation

The Japanese Prime Minister named Japan’s new Science Minister, Takuya Hirai, who is renowned for his positive views regarding blockchain technologies. The new Science Minister would also occupy the position as the new Minister of Minister of Technology and IT, and he will be promoting cryptocurrency, tech, and IT innovation. The cryptocurrency community of Japan and beyond … Continue reading “Japan’s New Science Minister Is Promoting Cryptocurrency, Tech, and IT Innovation”

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October 2, 2018

Crypto Regulations: Australian And New Zealand Are Now Fining Tourists Who Won’t Share Phone And Laptop Passwords

The customs departments of both Australia and New Zealand are now free to fine tourists who won’t share phone and laptop passwords in new, but weird, crypto regulations, as reported by Ethereum World News. “Get your act together New Zealand. You have the opportunity to lead the world in freedom (see woman’s suffrage, nuclear-free NZ). … Continue reading “Crypto Regulations: Australian And New Zealand Are Now Fining Tourists Who Won’t Share Phone And Laptop Passwords”

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September 30, 2018

Ripple Is Heading The Crypto Coalition Demanding Government Oversight To Support Crypto and Blockchain

Ripple will head a so-called crypto coalition, consisting of cryptocurrency- and blockchain-based companies, to make the US government support crypto and blockchain, as reported by Bloomberg earlier this week. As Bloomberg reported, the crypto coalition, formed by San Francisco-based startups, plans to hire the Klein/Johnson Group lobby group to make the US government understand that the crypto … Continue reading “Ripple Is Heading The Crypto Coalition Demanding Government Oversight To Support Crypto and Blockchain”

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September 27, 2018

Crypto Leaders Advise The U.S. Congress To Hurry Up With The Regulation Or They Will Leave The Country

About 80 business leaders representing the crypto industry and the Wall Street have met with the U.S. lawmakers on September 25 to deliver a vital message. They asked for regulatory clarity on crypto and ICOs without further delay, otherwise, innovation will leave the U.S. and move to a more business-friendly country. Crypto regulation required The … Continue reading “Crypto Leaders Advise The U.S. Congress To Hurry Up With The Regulation Or They Will Leave The Country”

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September 15, 2018

New French ICO Regulations Promote For Innovation

France is still following the President Macron’s business plan to boost the country’s economy in the world. Now, this direction favors cryptocurrencies market, as the new French ICO regulations promote for innovation. The new “Autorité des Marchés Financier (AMF – French Financial Markets Authority) annual report points out that ICOs are a hot topic among … Continue reading “New French ICO Regulations Promote For Innovation”

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September 14, 2018

New Cryptocurrency Regulations Requires Mexican Banks And Crypto Exchanges To Get Licensed

According to a recent circular on new cryptocurrency regulations, issued in the Mexican government’s official newspaper, the Mexican banks that conduct crypto-related operations and crypto exchanges now require to obtain a license to perform their cryptocurrency-based businesses legally. The publication explained that the new cryptocurrency regulations adopted across Mexico are in line with Mexican legislation guidelines … Continue reading “New Cryptocurrency Regulations Requires Mexican Banks And Crypto Exchanges To Get Licensed”

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September 11, 2018

South Korean Banks Are Limiting Services for Crypto Traders without Identity Verification

According to local news portals, South Korean banks are implementing new measures for crypto traders. Reportedly, they are going to limit the services offered to cryptocurrency traders and investors without identity verification. This measure comes after 40-50 percent of the crypto traders with accounts registered with the top fours cryptocurrency exchange platforms across South Korea … Continue reading “South Korean Banks Are Limiting Services for Crypto Traders without Identity Verification”

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September 10, 2018

Monero (XMR) Is Still Under Extra Scrutiny From Changelly

Privacy coins such as Monero (XMR) have a promising future under the perspective of decentralization. However, they challenged the conventions and the recent global cryptocurrency regulations which demand more transparency from crypto transactions. In the most recent case in this regard, Changelly cryptocurrency exchange reportedly blocked some users’ Monero (XMR) funds until KYC verifications are completed. … Continue reading “Monero (XMR) Is Still Under Extra Scrutiny From Changelly”

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September 9, 2018

Chinese Crypto Traders Continue To Invest In Bitcoin (BTC) Despite Cryptocurrency Ban in China

Even though the Chinese government stated that the cryptocurrency ban in China is successful, the facts show otherwise. According to recent reports, Chinese crypto traders continue to invest in Bitcoin (BTC) as they use any possible method to avoid the regulations. The Shanghai Securities Times, reported last month that China’s authorities are taking measures to … Continue reading “Chinese Crypto Traders Continue To Invest In Bitcoin (BTC) Despite Cryptocurrency Ban in China”

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September 2, 2018

Regulation-Free Crypto Zone For ICOs Proposed By South Korean Lawmaker

Jung Byung-guk, a South Korean lawmaker leader South Korea’s Bareunmirae Party, stated during the National Assembly, on Wednesday, that South Korea must establish a regulation-free crypto zone for ICOs, following the example of Gibraltar. “We need to designate a regulation-free blockchain and cryptocurrency special zone or test zone first to make various experiments actively,” stated Jung Byung-guk. … Continue reading “Regulation-Free Crypto Zone For ICOs Proposed By South Korean Lawmaker”

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