Russia is reportedly hoping to pass long-discussed new cryptocurrency legislation by July 1, a report suggests.
Cryptocurrencies are currently in a legal gray area, but they should be institutionalized and investors should be protected, experts say. They agree that reckless regulation will make Korea fall behind the global trend.
The pilot program of the platform which allows payment providers to minimize liquidity costs is expected to be launched by the FLEETCOR-owned company.
Privacy-oriented cryptocurrency Zcash just announced Overwinter, its first “software-updates-required” network upgrade.
The German Federal Ministry of Finances has decided not to tax cryptocurrencies when used as a means of payment.
Dubai will be launching a B2B virtual marketplace for the tourism industry by 2020, as part of the Dubai 10x initiative.
Some 600 computers used to “mine” bitcoin and other virtual currencies have been stolen from data centres in Iceland in what police say is the biggest series of thefts ever in the North Atlantic island nation. Some 11 people were arrested, including a security guard.
Some of the funds stolen from Coincheck Inc. in the $500 million heist have been traced to a cryptocurrency exchange in Canada, according researcher BIG Blockchain Intelligence Group Inc.
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