All over the world the courts are raising to defend the crypto
03 August 2018 18:46, UTC Daniil Danchenko
Banksters see cryptoindustry as a competitor now.
China vs Hong Kong: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
03 August 2018 19:07, UTC Oleg Koldayev
China and Hong Kong have chosen different paths in developing blockchain frameworks. One stays in the East, the other goes West.
SWIFT won't share it's legal basis with blockchain
06 August 2018 16:02, UTC Oleg Koldayev
IBM, Intercontinental Exchange and Starbucks presented their projects
US Judge: Centra Tech tokens were securities
27 June 2018 21:00, UTC
In this material, one can read about the assessment made by the United States judicial system and what consequences this may bring for similar cases and ICO enterprises working with American clients
Australia affirms the central principle of regulators: implement it, though control it
10 July 2018 16:16, UTC
Australian authorities are welcoming digital economy implementation, but are also reminding that tax payments are due. How will the crypto enthusiasts react?
First mining virus criminal case opened in Japan
13 June 2018 21:00, UTC
See how the issue of the user consent gives the police of Japan grounds to state that the founders of several websites have indeed committed a crime against the visitors of the said websites
CBOE head Chris Concannon predicts ‘reckoning’ for ICOs
19 June 2018 21:00, UTC
Usually a supporter of digital currency futures, head of the Chicago Board Options Exchange parent company has serious doubts about the future of current initial coin offerings
191 BTC or almost $1.5M confiscated from child porn site in South Korea
29 May 2018 21:00, UTC
This material gives an opportunity to learn about the court decision which allowed the authorities of South Korea to appropriate almost one and a half million dollars from criminals
Waves becomes cheaper amidst regulatory uncertainties in UK
30 May 2018 21:00, UTC
What is going on with Waves and how the Companies House is connected? Bitnewstoday tries to find an answer in this new material regarding a strange governmental notice sent by the authorities of Great Britain
Waves CEO clarifies situation with UK Companies House
30 May 2018 21:00, UTC
The leader of the project called Waves has responded to the inquiries about the status of his project in the United Kingdom. Learn what he said and other questions which naturally arise as a result
Italy constitutes a special unit for fighting crime in the field of cryptocurrency
31 May 2018 21:00, UTC Vsevolod Gnetii
What problems do the owners of cryptocurrencies create for the Italian judiciary? What are the regulatory and law enforcement agencies going to do about it?
Plot twist: former SEC officials to represent Ripple in court
04 June 2018 21:00, UTC
See who are these two persons from the United States Securities and Exchange Commission which are going to back Ripple in court - and what the plaintiff finds suspicious about this digital currency
Russia’s St Petersburg Court lifts cryptocurrency website ban
05 June 2018 21:00, UTC
See how the ongoing case of our colleagues from BitcoinInfo has ended in their favor and how it corresponds with the change of the legal status of digital currencies in the Russian Federation
Russian Arbitration Court: cryptocurrency can be used in insolvency proceedings after all
06 May 2018 21:00, UTC
The legal rollercoaster intensifies - the use of cryptocurrency as part of insolvency proceedings has been initially prohibited, but now the decision is cancelled by a superior court
Russian PM: cryptocurrencies are hard to ignore
15 May 2018 21:00, UTC
See why the Russian top official thinks that digital currencies require attention and what draft bill version is still relevant and, according to his words, under development at the press time
Russian official: under new laws, it’ll be OK to work with crypto market
20 May 2018 21:00, UTC
See what Anatoly Aksakov who heads the Russian Federation State Duma Financial Market Committee has stated yesterday at a conference dedicated to blockchain and cryptocurrencies
Russian laws on digital assets, crowdfunding and digital rights adopted
21 May 2018 21:00, UTC
See the details about these draft bills which are now in effect in the Russian Federation and what the laws’ adoption means for the market of digital currency in this country, as well as first notes regarding the event
Russian lawmakers insist on surveillance of fiat-to-crypto conversions greater than $9700
12 April 2018 21:00, UTC
The ongoing development of the Russian legislation continues, and in this report, one can read about the parliamentary review of the previously-described draft bill on financial assets
New PBoC head might be more supportive of Bitcoin than predecessor
21 March 2018 21:00, UTC
See below why the appointment of the new governor of the People’s Bank of China is interesting for crypto enthusiasts, what Yi Gang said in the past about Bitcoin and a small theory about his further behavior
Digital rights and digital money: latest Russian bill on crypto market
26 March 2018 21:00, UTC
Find out below whether or not digital currencies are prohibited in Russia right now and what might happen after May 1, 2018 after the new bill will likely come into force

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