Spain’s law enforcement authorities assert that there are issues with EU’s money laundering rules after discovering that bitcoin ATMs are being utilized by criminal groups.
U.S. lawmakers are talking about a bill that intends to bar big technology firms in the nation from issuing cryptocurrencies.
Billionaire “Shark Tank” co-host Mark Cuban raised worries about Libra’s possibility to disrupt global finance.
Crypto-centered prediction market and derivatives platform Veil is officially shutting down.
Eastern China police busted a bitcoin mining operation after an unusual increase in local electricity usage.
The exchange made initial talks with insurance mogul Aon to introduce a captive insurance subsidiary
Binance has revealed the extension of its fiat-based trading platform to Singapore.
While recognizing the help that Libra may bring to developing countries, former PBoC governor Zhou emphasized that the cryptocurrency would pose a threat to current cross-border payments systems and weaken national currencies.
At the height of its popularity, the company managed to rake in an average of over R2 million ($141,000) in cash deposits every day.
The family-owned chain has partnered with Bitcoin ATM network Coinsource to let users buy and sell crypto with US dollars in five Pennsylvania locations and one in North Carolina.
The bill, entitled “Safe Harbor for Taxpayers with Forked Assets Act,” is expected to provide protection for crypto-holding taxpayers who Emmer claims are being “unfairly punished” for investing in emerging technology.
Canada is backtracking on its cryptocurrency rules amid the Quadriga CX scandal.
Near is currently working on the NEAR Protocol, a proof-of-stake blockchain that uses sharded sections of the network to run parallel computation and boost throughput.
According to the 11th Development Plan, an economic road map released by the Turkish government this week, a central bank digital currency (CBDC) is among several blockchain-related items Turkey has penciled in for the future.
Metropolitan Commercial Bank held accounts for stablecoin issuer Tether and associated firms for five months before closing them down, a spokesperson said.