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Russia to host a cryptocurrency conference to debate risks

According to NewsBTC “leading scientists have been invited to this cryptocurrency conference, as well as members of Parliament, representatives of the Russian Civic Chamber,...

ECB – Welcoming with caution Blockchain Disruption

Yves Mersch, Member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank, spoke at the Deutsche Bank Transaction Bankers' Forum on 25 April 2016....

EU Economic Committee supports creation of Digital Currency Taskforce

The EU Parliament's Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee by 54 votes to 1 voted to support Jakob Von Weizsäcker’s proposal to set up a...

UK HMT not intent on regulating wallets

Action Plan for anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist finance from HM Treasury dated April 2016. HMT confirms that they will extend scope of AML requirements to...

Use EU Law to power your Virtual Currency Exchange

Use EU Law to power your Virtual Currency Exchange Source: DIACLE

Japan edging towards Payment Licensing for Virtual Currency Exchanges

Bitlegal reached out to FSA to discuss pending regulations of Virtual Currency (VC) exchanges. On 4 March 2016 a Bill was introduced to Diet (parliament)...

Interview with Linus Lindgren – BTCXIndia

Bitlegal and Allcoinsnews sat down with Linus Lindgren from BTCXIndia (the first cryptocurrency exchange in India) to talk about the challenges and opportunities of...

Taking your Digital Currency Business to the US – Tackling State-Level Requirements

Taking your Digital Currency Business to the US – Tackling State-Level Requirements Source: DIACLE

MAS of Singapore adds more colour on the type of regulatory Sandbox to be...

Head of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) Ravi Menon said on a visit to New York “If you start regulating every one of...

Consumer protection or consumer benefits – CATO Institute

Dana Syracuse, one of the draftsmen of the Bitlicense, made an interesting point at the recent CATO Institute conference on blockchain that focusing on "consumer...