The new Russian “crypto” law provides a regulatory regime for tokenized securities and has no regulation for cryptocurrencies.
State-owned commercial banks in China are reportedly testing a wallet for the country’s forthcoming digital yuan.
“Deregulating Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies may not necessarily promote technical innovation,” says Japan’s new top financial regulator.
Somewhat behind schedule, Cambodia’s banks are readying themselves for a forthcoming national blockchain-based currency.
Russia’s central bank argues that crypto purchases are not considered an investment.
The governments of China and the U.S. frame digital currency as part of their great-power competition, but instead they should work on this technology together.
Despite the benefits of crypto being in the hands of the few, the current crisis may be a harbinger of change.
The number of regulated cryptocurrency exchanges in the Philippines has grown to 16, according to Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, the country’s central bank. One of the regulated exchanges has been helping the government and Unionbank to launch an app for bond purchases. 16 Registered Crypto Exchanges in the Philippines The central bank of the Philippines, […]
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Lithuania’s central bank has issued a NEM blockchain-based collector token in homage to the country’s Act of Independence of 1918.
Bank of Korea is launching a digital innovation department that will leverage blockchain and AI to improve business efficiency.