The move comes as South Korea’s financial system has pursued varied applications of blockchain, particularly in the area of remittances.
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“We understand, and to a degree, empathize with state regulators who are tasked with writing and enacting laws to protect their constituents. But more often, we hear the voices of those who believe ... Read More
“What is the difference between a pure software play and a custodial wallet? What kinds of exchanges do act as custodians? These are highly fact-specific questions, and the way that the BitLicense i... Read More
Bitcoin and blockchain-based technologies have the potential to change the world – from enhancing the plumbing on Wall Street to providing for greater financial inclusion for the unbanked. I was dra... Read More
The world’s largest peer-to-peer bitcoin marketplace Local Bitcoins and bitcoin marketplace BitQuick have terminated their services in New York due to the strict restrictions and fees demanded by N... Read More
Quebec Pushes Hydropower Utility to Halt New Bitcoin Mines
The Canadian province of Quebec has temporarily put a halt to the development of new cryptocurrency mining operations.
The region - known for its cheap hydropower - has been an attractive destinati
Steve Seagal-Backed 'Bitcoiin' ICO Hit with Regulator Warning
The Securities Division of the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance (TDCI) is warning residents about the Steven Seagal-backed "Bitcoiin" project.
Citing New Jersey's cease-and-desist ord
Ireland's Finance Department Plans Blockchain Working Group
Ireland's Department of Finance has proposed the creation of a new blockchain working group to help create cohesive regulation across government agencies.
Revealed in a new report, titled "Virtual
'Fake News': Russian Official Reportedly Denies Involvement with Petro
The Russian government is pushing back against reports that it helped Venezuela launch its controversial "petro" cryptocurrency.
In public remarks Friday, the deputy director of the Information and