Thursday, October 17, 2019

Regulation

Rare Joint Statement From U.S. Regulators Proves Crypto Centralization Is Here

The U.S. SEC, Fincen and CFTC issued a rare joint statement Friday addressing regulation of “activities involving digital assets.” Citing crypto’s perceived role...

Central Banks Have Three Options for Crypto Regulations, Says Official

French central banker Denis Beau discussed the options available to central banks vis-a-vis cryptocurrency regulations Source link

French Central Banker: The World Needs to Standardize Crypto Regulations

A French central banker is calling for a global regulatory framework on crypto assets. Source link

80% of Crypto Trade Volume Tracked by Blockchain Surveillance

Ever since governments worldwide started showing adversity toward cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, a few startups have dedicated their business model to blockchain surveillance. Two...

Telegram’s TON Launch and Token Distribution — All the Details to...

On the day the first Gram tokens were set for distribution to investors, here is what is known about the TON blockchain so...

Where US Regulators Stand on Crypto Assets

The U.S. has many regulators responsible for overseeing different aspects of crypto assets, each with its own stance on how they should be...

Wilshire Phoenix Refiles Its Bitcoin ETF Proposal With SEC

Wilshire Phoenix refiles the updated version of its Bitcoin ETF proposal Source link

Telegram Awaits Court Hearing on SEC Case Against Its Token Sale

Telegram, the most popular messenger in the crypto community, is facing challenges surrounding the launch of its TON blockchain. Following an intervention by...

Europol Predicts Rise of ‘Criminal’ Crypto Exchanges in Digital Underground

Is the current industry landscape, where centralized exchanges dominate cryptocurrency trading volumes, about to change in the coming years? Europol predicts that international...

CipherTrace’s Blockchain Forensics Service Now Covers 700 Crypto Assets

The blockchain analytics provider now offers a window into the data of more than 87 percent of the top 100 cryptocurrencies. Source link