China To Start Censoring Blockchain Companies From February 2019 | BTCMANAGER

The censorship branch of the Chinese government has approved a policy that requires blockchain-based services to censor content and allow the country’s law enforcement to access its data and the identity of their users, Reuters reported on January 10, 2019. China’s Internet Watchdog Removes Anonymity from Blockchain A policy that […]

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Indian Companies Testing Crypto For B2B Payments

Top corporates and banks in India are reportedly testing out the use of cryptocurrency to pay vendors and move money between subsidiaries, said the The Economic Times. Unnamed sources told the publication that Hindustan Unilever, Reliance Industries, HDFC Bank and ABG Shipyard are among the conglomerates experimenting with cryptocurrency for intra-company transactions with subsidiaries, as well as […]

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Dutch Central Bank Keen to Regulate Crypto Companies to Deter Money Laundering | BTCMANAGER

De Nederlandsche, the Dutch central bank, is keen to regulate cryptocurrency companies to deter money laundering and terrorist financing. According to December 11, 2018, reports from Dutch Daily newspaper, De Telegraaf, cryptocurrency companies may require a license to continue operating in the near future. Cryptocurrency Industry Prone to Money Laundering […]

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The Daily: Belarus Adopts New Regulations, Galaxy Digital Releases Q3 Results

In this edition of The Daily, we look at the latest regulatory development in Europe – Belarus High Technologies Park has adopted new regulations for cryptocurrency companies. We also cover Galaxy Digital’s report into its third quarter financial results and an alert issued in Texas about a new scam promising […]

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Next Silicon Valley: Switzerland's Billion Dollar Startups Flourish

The top 50 cryptocurrency and blockchain-related companies in Switzerland’s version of Silicon Valley are now worth $44 billion combined, underscoring the steady growth of the Swiss crypto industry. Altogether, cryptocurrency firms employ about 3,000 people throughout the small country. Included among the top 50 are five “unicorns,” or startups with […]

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Why blue-chip companies are turning to the blockchain for Cybersecurity

Large corporates are utilising blockchain technologies to remove the ‘central point of failure’ conundrum One of the world’s largest suppliers to the steel industry has announced its decision to utilise blockchain technology in an attempt further secure its data networks. Metals supplier Danieli is the latest company that joins IBM, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Citigroup, Barclays and Bank of America […]

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Vietnamese Regulator Tells Firms and Funds to Stay Away From Crypto

Vietnam’s securities watchdog has required local businesses not to engage in transactions with cryptocurrencies. The announcement follows a directive issued by the country’s prime minister earlier this year aimed at tightening what Vietnamese regulators call the management of crypto activities. Also read: China Releases Ranking of 31 Crypto Projects Securities […]

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Facebook Restores Coinbase Crypto Ads, No Intent to Block Legitimate Companies

The CEO of Coinbase has just announced that the platform has just been approved to display ads on the largest social media platform in the world, Facebook. Facebook Repeals Ban On Crypto-Related Advertisements As the market began to run last year, so did cryptocurrency ad sightings, with dozens, if not […]

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South Korea Wants to Build a Special Cryptocurrency Zone for Companies

One of the most important countries in the cryptocurrency market may launch a cryptocurrency zone for companies. The main intention is to build a blockchain, cryptocurrency and blockchain location for enterprises to keep developing the ecosystem. Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Zone South Korea has not been welcoming to crypto-related companies neither […]

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