The European Commission has been considering regulation of virtual currencies through its Action Plan and proposals to combat terrorist financing, with legislation expected to be ready by the end of... Read More
But you can't achieve collaboration with patents, that's why it is crucial to use the open source banner for collaboration, standard setting then build proprietary patentable models on the periphery; ... Read More
Sian Jones, founder of EDCAB said: The ECON policy-makers took a balanced and careful consideration of the impact of virtual currencies and crypto-technologies, taking into account both the... Read More
SJ: Everything we do in life is governed by the laws of the jurisdictions in which we live and conduct business. Whatever the ideology that gave birth to cryptocurrencies, it is unrealistic to... Read More
Gibraltar may be moving to regulate initial coin offerings (ICOs), but officials say it will be up to the market to determine what a "good" token sale looks like.
The U.K. overseas territory announ... Read More
Momentum Is Building to Block Ethereum ASICs
Several ethereum miners and developers have come forward with the goal of stopping specialized mining hardware from effectively operating on the network.
Underway since April, the controversy surro
Brazil's Largest Independent Broker Is Launching a Crypto Exchange
The parent company of Brazil's largest independent broker is setting up a cryptocurrency exchange, Bloomberg reported Thursday.
Grupo XP, which owns brokerage firm XP Investimentos, plans to launch
XRP Shot Up 75% During Friday's Bullish Trading Session
The price of XRP spiked as high as 75 percent above its opening price at one point during Friday's trading session amidst a broader market bull parade.
At roughly 14:45 UTC, the price of XRP rose
US Congressman Drafts Bills to Aid Blockchain Development
U.S. Representative Tom Emmer wants to support the development and use of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies.
To that end, the lawmaker announced a trio of blockchain-focused bills Friday,