As cryptocurrencies expand, some countries are working so as to attract more and more companies to their territories. And this is the case of Singapore. The Monetary Authority of Singapore is looking to make some regulatory changes so as to be a better option for companies to settle their operations in the Asian country.
The debate about cryptocurrency regulation continues to draw mixed reactions from different quarters. Recently, Ethereum co-founder Joseph Lubin shed some light on Ether regulation, saying that he was “extremely comfortable” that according to U.S. law, the cryptocurrency does not qualify as a security. In the words of Lubin, “We spent tremendous amount of time with […]
Regulations on virtual currencies and Initial Coin Offerings are expanding everywhere. And the United States remains one of the countries that everyone is looking at in terms of regulations. But the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said on April the 26h that they disagree with a hard approach towards ICOs.
Different countries from all over the world are starting to implement regulations to the crypto market. This is the case of Taiwan, that may release new Anti Money Laundering (AML) regulations before the end 2018. The information has been released by Taiwan Central News Agency on April the 20th
Cryptocurrency regulations are expanding all over the world. No matter where you live, virtual currencies and blockchain technologies are being regulated. The Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC) introduced new guidelines for virtual currencies and the crypto market.
During the last year, many new cryptocurrency hedge funds started to invest in cryptocurrencies. That’s why, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is preparing to examine up to 100 crypto-related hedge funds. The information was revealed to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) on march the 22nd by a person familiar with the matter.