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The Restless And Reckless: How Craig Wright Incurres the Wrath Of Crypto Industry
03 June 2019 13:22, UTC Denis Goncharenko
Last month the self-proclaimed Satoshi submitted two applications to the US Copyright Office. A man called himself the author of white paper cryptocurrency and an earlier version of its code. What did it lead to?
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Quebec Regulator Announced New Rules For Crypto Mining
30 April 2019 09:05, UTC
According to the new rules, the regulator obliged the energy supplier Hydro-Quebec to allocate 300 MW of energy for the needs of the blockchain industry
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Brazilian Сrypto Industry: Interest Is Growing, Regulation Is Stagnating
26 April 2019 13:09, UTC Denis Goncharenko, Pablo Ramalho
Regulators are still not active in the development of crypto industry in the country. Everything is carried forward by enthusiasts who face different barriers
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Spanish CNMV Still Is Concerned About Crypto Regulations. For What Reason?
19 April 2019 08:46, UTC Denis Goncharenko
Today there are no regulatory acts in Spain regarding cryptocurrency and ICO, but still there are no updates, and the regulator is not in a hurry with decisions
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Avant-garde Fintech And Traditional Banks in Italy: War or Truce?
16 April 2019 13:52, UTC Vsevolod Gnetii
Last year became a period of unprecedented rise for one of the leaders in the fintech sphere - Satispay. Banks felt threatened and responded immediately
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The Wind Of Change Reached The Indonesian Crypto industry. Does It Bring The Bright Future?
12 April 2019 13:58, UTC Denis Goncharenko
In 2017, the country imposed a ban on cryptocurrencies, and the Central Bank constantly warned about the risks of investing. However, it seems that thaw is to happen in this jurisdiction
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Mexican Crypto Industry Trapped In "Catch-22." Will The Regulation Paradox Change?
28 March 2019 13:19, UTC Denis Goncharenko
The development of crypto industry in Mexico is under threat. In early March, the Central Bank published a circular prohibiting fintech companies from operating with cryptocurrencies
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DATO For ICO: Are The Philippines Looking For The Perfect Set Of Regulations?
27 February 2019 09:25, UTC Denis Goncharenko
Since 2014, the Philippines has become one of the cryptocurrency development driving countries. However, regulatory issues are still not fully implemented
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Malaysia Legalized ICO And Tokens. Details To Be Approved In March
08 February 2019 09:40, UTC Denis Goncharenko
Malaysia was on the list of those countries where regulators took a wait-and-see position, despite statements made at the end of 2017. It looks like it's time to change
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Singaporean Authorities Change Their Stance On Cryptocurrency Regulation
24 January 2019 11:35, UTC
The Ministry of Law of the country does not consider cryptocurrency as a legal tender and obliged enterprises to carry out the necessary legal verification
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Kill Shot For The Stocks Or Lifeline For The Crypto: The Fed Dilemma
18 December 2018 14:02, UTC Anastasia Ermolaeva
The US stock market is repeating after the crypto brother as it has been having the worst December in 16 years. What does it mean for the digital industry
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New Global Cryptorules: FATF Sets A New Deadline in June 2019
18 December 2018 12:18, UTC Maxim Ermolov
FATF’s report on the UK notes a lack of regulations in the field of cryptocurrencies. Now international regulators are upgrading rules of virtual assets control.
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Iran: Сan Heir Of The Persian Throne Take Over The Islamic World With The Help Of digital currency?
17 December 2018 12:26, UTC Oleg Koldayev
Iran is the nearest to creating the national cryptocurrency. Rank imposes obligations: the country has been under sanctions for a long time but is it only the country that is promoting the crypto-project?
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Saudi Arabia: three reasons for the emission of state digital coins
14 December 2018 09:58, UTC Oleg Koldayev, Anna Zhygalina
In one of our previously published works, we analyzed the Islamic financial market entirely. The time has come to analyze crypto-projects of certain countries. Saudi Arabia is next in turn
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Mesopotamian Triangle: The Middle Eastern Crypto Race Has Started. Ep. III - Crypto And Geopolitics
30 November 2018 16:56, UTC Oleg Koldayev
“National cryptocurrency. Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey… We will see who will be the first to create it,” – an expert said in the interview. Competition for leadership in the digital market is unfolding between Middle Eastern states
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Mesopotamian Triangle: The Middle Eastern Crypto Race Has Started. Ep. II - Banking
30 November 2018 14:07, UTC Oleg Koldayev
“National cryptocurrency. Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey… We will see who will be the first to create it,” – an expert said in the interview. Competition for leadership in the digital market is unfolding between Middle Eastern states
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Mesopotamian Triangle: The Middle Eastern Crypto Race Has Started. Ep. I - Oil
30 November 2018 11:57, UTC Oleg Koldayev
“National cryptocurrency. Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey… We will see who will be the first to create it,” – an expert said in the interview. Competition for leadership in the digital market is unfolding between Middle Eastern states.
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Saudi Arabia Banned Crypto Trading, Leaving a Chance Only For Their State-Backed One
27 November 2018 20:57, UTC Denis Goncharenko
Saudi Arabia is controversial in its stance on crypto industry. The country and its officials are passionate about blockchain, but still they forbid cryptocurrency trading because the government plans to launch their state-backed crypto.
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$800 Bln Laundered By Banks But It's Crypto To Be Blamed. TOON #18
27 November 2018 13:18, UTC
Corruption, money laundering, terrorist financing all together are the traditional agenda of regulators from around the world. They and the financial institutions at the same time avidly accuse the cryptocurrencies to become the key tool for “black” transactions and “gray” schemes, and insist on the strict regulation of this sector which is the only means of change for the situation.
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Global Financial System Launders $800 bln Per Year, But FATF Considers Crypto To Be A Threat
20 November 2018 18:26, UTC Denis Goncharenko, Anna Zhygalina
AML in banking sphere is severely compromised, but FATF is looking in the direction of imposing AML/KYC obligations on cryptocurrencies. What’s wrong with the priorities?



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