While the world is discussing bans on crypto activity in some countries, Arizona is going to become a place for blockchain and crypto technologies.
The heads of both the institutions sounded much positive on the Blockchain technology and talked about the need of regulatory approach while dealing with cryptos.
The launch of Bitcoin Futures brought not only the escalation of its price but the hot discussions on the legal and regulatory requirements for that kind of contracts.
Not all domestic ICOs are expected to be heavily affected by recent SEC’s guidance, but it will surely give companies and investors additional regulatory concerns.
The U.S. regulators are getting concerned about the ICOs celebrity promotion calling it “unlawful”.
Regulatory bodies across the globe are tightening the noose over trading of cryptocurrencies or either raising of funds through Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs).
Taiwan’s authorities refuse to follow the examples of China and South Korea in banning ICOs and join Japan in its bitcoin-friendly approach.
According to project founders, the initiative will help to bring greater transparency and accountability for funds raised via initial coin offerings.
South Korean Financial Supervisory Service follows the recent move of China announcing ban of initial coin offerings.
The People’s Bank of China recently announced its decision to introduce a complete ban on ICOs, a stunning move that sent shockwaves throughout the world. The global blockchain is abuzz, parsing this decision and its potential consequences.
Crypto community in China may take a sigh of relief: according to its official the government temporarily “pauses” ICOs, not bans them.
Crypto Valley Association, a Swiss-based non-profit association that promotes cryptocurrencies and the development of blockchain technologies, has announced its support for ‘careful’ ICO regulation.
Switzerland boasts four of the five largest token sales recorded to date.