With the new legislation, Wyoming may become the first state in the U.S. where banks are allowed to provide custodial services for digital assets.
Malaysia’s watchdog ‘Securities Commission’ will regulate the digital assets market making sure businesses follow strict AML and CFT rules.
While 2017 was celebrated as one of the most impressive bull markets in cryptocurrencies’ short history, 2018 saw the crypto rocket coming back to earth. What it’s turn for 2019, what is likely to be hidden in store for the crypto indusrty this year?
India is likely to soften its stand on cryptocurrencies while giving them legal status but under strict regulatory measures.
Daria Volkova, international lawyer and Head of legal department in Platinum, shares her vision of the regulatory landscape of 2019, explaining why STOs may be the real future for the whole crypto sphere.
The G20 countries will work towards establishing international taxation for cross-border payments as well as handling issues with money-laundering.
After years of ambiguity, the Indian government might finally reveal a regulatory draft for the cryptocurrency sector in the country before the turn of the year.
Samuel Leach, crypto millionaire, founder and CEO of Yield Coin project, shares his vision of the current cryptocurrency landscape explaining the key issues faced by the industry.
IMF’s Managing Director called for central banks digital currencies, stating that they could provide financial inclusion, security, and consumer protection, which can not be offered by the private sector.
Japan who’ve been considering legal aspects of cryptocurrency for quite a time, finally made its mind and granted an alliance of 16 crypto-exchanges with regulatory rights over the industry.