China Gets More Blockchain Censorship Powers Under New Rules

China’s crypto angst has shown no sign of abating as we enter a new year. Another raft of restrictive regulations has just been implemented for blockchain companies in the People’s Republic. Data Privacy Not Applicable in China The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) has just introduced more regulations for companies […]

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Ripple’s David Schwartz: Distributed ledger is important as everyone on it enforces the rules

The cryptocurrency market has been buckling under the weight of the bear for some time now which has forced a lot of popular individuals to speak about the crash as well as assure users to HODL. In a recent talk with the Internet History Podcast, David Schwartz, the Chief Technology […]

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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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License Needed for Crypto Trading, Circulation, and Settlement in Cambodia

Three Cambodian government bodies have jointly announced that the propagation, circulation, buying, selling, trading, and settlement of cryptocurrencies without obtaining a license are illegal activities. The agencies have also outlined four main risks associated with crypto trading or investing. License Needed The National Bank of Cambodia (NBC), the Commission of Cambodia, […]

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New Self-Regulatory Rules for Crypto Exchanges in South Korea Clarified

The majority of South Korean cryptocurrency exchanges are implementing new self-regulatory rules and performing self-inspection. The industry group in charge of leading the efforts has clarified the differences between the new and old self-regulatory rules for its 23 exchange members. Promoting Safe Crypto Trading The Korean Blockchain Association, known for […]

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Danske Bank Rules Out Crypto Trading But Won’t Block Credit Cards

The biggest bank in Denmark, Danske Bank, has released a report criticising cryptocurrencies over perceived risks and lack of transparency. In the document released on Sunday, the bank provided three primary reasons why it is overall “negative” towards cryptocurrencies, despite the growing attention they have received from among consumers and investors. Since cryptocurrencies […]

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G20 Watchdog Says Cryptos Not a Risk, Resists Calls for New Rules

The Financial Stability Board, G20’s global watchdog, does not consider cryptocurrencies a risk to financial stability. In a letter to the Group of 20 central bankers and finance ministers, its Chair Mark Carney said FSB was pivoting away from designing new policies and focusing on reviewing existing rules. His comments […]

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