Third Key proposing to Save the DAO from itself

Third Key proposing to Save the DAO from itself Source: Daolegal

The Tellochain Method – Three-dimensional Counting

The Tellochain Method – Three-dimensional Counting Source: Diacle

FATF issues guidance for virtual currencies

  The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) issued a “Guidance for a Risk-Based Approach for Virtual Currencies (VCs)” on the 26th June. FATF is an intergovernmental organisation that mainly issues policy recommendations in the areas of...

Compliant Initial Coin Offerings

Compliant Initial Coin Offerings Source: Diacle

Vietnam – Warning Against Use of Digital Currencies

Vietnam warning consumers about digital currencies. Article covered by CCN and original press release in Vietnamese here.

Australian Senate Committee Report on Digital Currencies

The Australian Senate Economics Reference Committee released a report discussing various aspects of digital currencies (DC). The report gave a broad overview of digital currencies, opportunities and risks, tax treatment under Australian law, regulatory...

Proposed regulatory framework for virtual currencies in the UAE

On 1 January 2017, the Central Bank of the UAE (CBUAE) published a Regulatory Framework for Stored Values and Electronic Payment Systems. The Regulation also includes a section on virtual currencies which are defined...

ESMA Call for information

  The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) is currently accepting responses for information regarding several aspects of decentralised digital currencies until the 21st July. ESMA is looking into aspects such as : Investment products (e.g....

The Israeli Tax Authority has put forward a draft tax guideline on how to...

The Israeli Tax Authority has put forward a draft tax guideline on how to treat Bitcoin. The announcement on the 11 January 2017 in their official publication sets out these proposed guidelines. The official...

FinCEN states that issuing negotiable certificates of ownership of precious metals are MSBs and...

In a letter published on the 14th August 2015, FinCEN stated that if a company issues digital or physical certificates that relate to the ownership of precious metals, then they would be considered a money...