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Sumit Gupta: co-founder at CoinDCX reveals how India’s banks have responded to crypto businesses after Supreme Court lifted.

China’s sovereign digital currency could be launched later this year, with the likes of Alibaba’s Alipay and Tencent’s WeChat.

The Future of Cryptocurrency RegulationRegulators still aren’t sure what to do with Libra and the multicurrency-backed cryptocurrency of its ilk, lawmakers say.

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Daniel Araya outlines the need for and goals of new infrastructure to federally regulate cryptocurrencies.

20 Jan 2020.

In December last year, the European Commission launched a public consultation on the future EU framework for markets in crypto-assets.

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The blockchain and crypto community is ringing in the new year to a level of legislative and regulatory attention that would have been hard to.

The recent Crypto Asset Fund v. Faegre Baker case in Illinois demonstrates that attorneys enlisted to provide guidance on cryptocurrency should be mindful of potential malpractice exposure associated.

And that is in part because Bitcoin lacks sensible regulation. Let's Clear the Air. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies currently exist in a legal gray area. A handful of.

The announced closure of one-man bitcoin startup Bittr may be the first of many in the Netherlands as strict new AMLD5.

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