regulation

European Politicians Thinking About Developing a New Blockchain After Revolutionary Law

by While cryptocurrencies are still taboo in some parts of the world, certain European countries see them as a viable fiat money alternative. Belgium, for example, is one of the Read More

The UK Can Now Legally Seize, Freeze, and Recover Your Crypto Coins

by The UK has just introduced a bill which has enraged the crypto community in the country. Now, the law can seize, freeze, or recover cryptocurrencies from your wallets easier Read More

Mavs Owner and Crypto Fan Mark Cuban Expects the SEC to Impose ‘Nightmare’ Crypto Regulations

by Mark Cuban is a billionaire and a successful entrepreneur as well. He’s one of the original creators of Shark Tank and known for his support of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. Read More

Hong Kong Plans to Introduce Crypto Platform Licensing Through a New AML Law

by Countries around the world are changing laws to introduce crypto regulation for the masses. It’s a market with untapped potential even though Bitcoin hasn’t had a lot of success Read More

Morocco’s Central Bank Starts Work on Crypto Regulation

by Even in the face of extremely volatile price swings that haven’t been exactly positive in the past few months, crypto regulation is a hot topic around the world. El Read More

The EU Moving Closer with New Crypto Legislative Package

by Experts in Europe believe that the European Union is nearing a deal that will introduce the special legislative package known as MiCA, which is short for Markets in Crypto Read More

Rise of Stablecoins and EU Calls for Tracable Transfers Leads to Massive Price Drops

by One of the most notable features of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies so far have been the non-traceable transfers. Transactions on the blockchain are recorded and can be viewed by users, Read More

France and Italy Continue Crack Down on Bitcoin Online Scams

by Regulators in Italy and France have recently waged a war on online Bitcoin scams. The move comes after both countries asked the European Union to address possible disruptions caused Read More