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Cryptocurrencies expanded all over the world. They allow individuals and companies to send and receive payments in a fast and easy way. However, they have also been used by criminals in order to launder many and avoid paying taxes. This is why the Cabinet Council decided to fight against tax evasion.
Several companies are currently investing in blockchain technology. Firms all over the world know that blockchain has an incredible potential to revolutionize several industries, including the financial world. And this is in line with what the Bank of Spain thinks about it.
The cryptocurrency mining company Cryptosolartech, announced some days ago that it will be creating a massive solar farm to mine virtual currencies.
Accenture is trying to exploit the potential of blockchain technology in Spain in order to create new jobs and improve its business opportunities.
Blockchain technology is being embraced in several countries, but in Spain the trend is even stronger. This revolutionizing technology is changing the way in which companies and governments work. The technological corporation Tecnalia, is now working with blockchain technology and experimenting with it.
The famous developer wants to establish an academy related to the latest technologies and also about blockchain technology. Mr. Taaki, who created Dark Wallet, Darkleaks and OpenBazaar was talking at a symposium in Barcelona.
Interest for blockchain and cryptocurrencies in Spain keeps growing as never before. This time, Alicante’s University (UA) will be the first in the European country developing a laboratory about blockchain technology.
According to a study conducted by the Bank of Spain, digital currencies could improve monetary policy from different countries. Of course, this is not a recommendation to adopt virtual currencies, but instead it warns about the risks associated with these assets.
The Spanish Association of Authors and Publishers known as (SGAE) alongside with the Madrid School of Telecommunications Engineering (ETSIT-UPM) are investigating possible uses of blockchain technology. The main intention behind this is to improve copyright management in the new technological landscape.
The Spanish Civil Guard and the Colombian Direction of Investigation were able to dismantle two criminal organizations that were in charge of laundering money using virtual currencies.