Senior officials from France and Germany are calling for the G20 group of nations to discuss cooperative action on cryptocurrencies ahead of a summit next month.
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New Jersey regulators have sent a cease-and-desist letter to an online cryptocurrency investment site, alleging that the company is fraudulently offering securities in the state.
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Switzerland's finance regulator has published new guidelines that indicate it will treat some tokens sold during initial coin offerings as securities.
In a press release published today, the Financ... Read More
The undersecretary of the U.S. Treasury's Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence called on the international community for stronger cryptocurrency regulations to help protect the financial sys... Read More
Japan's Coincheck exchange reinstated Japanese yen withdrawals yesterday and investors are already flocking to take out their funds following the firm's recent hack.
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Who's Said What About the Coinbase-Visa Payment Dispute
Users of cryptocurrency startup Coinbase have seen repeated charges appear on their bank statements tied to their Visa credit and debit card use in recent days, prompting several rounds of statements
Actor Steven Seagal Endorses Questionable 'Bitcoiin' ICO
Action film star Steven Seagal has become the brand ambassador for a controversial cryptocurrency ahead of an initial coin offering (ICO).
A statement posted to Seagal's Twitter account confirmed t
Israel Confirms It Will Tax Bitcoin as Property
Israel's government confirmed Monday that it would treat bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as a kind of property for tax purposes.
The notice confirms past indications that the Tax Authority will
Who Said What About Coinbase and Visa's User Payment Dispute
Users of cryptocurrency startup Coinbase saw repeated charges appear on their bank statements tied to their Visa credit and debit card use, prompting several rounds of statements from the companies in