France: government minister attacks Facebook’s Libra once again
French central banker Denis Beau discussed the options available to central banks vis-a-vis cryptocurrency regulations
Crypto wallet Keplerk relaunches its service to sell Bitcoin in over 5,200 tobacco shops in France starting from today
Bitcoin’s Lightning Network dev ACINQ raises $8M in a new funding round
Mt. Gox’s rehabilitation trustee has contacted the United States Department of Justice in search of information about the alleged former BTC-e operator Alexander Vinnik
Retail software provider Global P.O.S. declared that more than 25,000 points of sale in France will be able to accept bitcoin payments beginning in 2020.
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EU politicians eye up “Eurocoin” to battle Libra in Europe as the lawmakers and central bankers fear that private currencies can disrupt economies and sovereignty
Bitcoin will be accepted at over 25,000 retail locations at stores such as Decathlon and Sephora in France by early next year
The European Central Bank (ECB) and a number of countries in the region have stepped up their efforts in response to Facebook’s Libra, which has revived a competing ECB project for instant payments. As Facebook engages Switzerland’s financial regulator, the ECB clarifies how Libra can be regulated under EU laws. Also read: India’s Popular ‘Who […]
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In this week’s Hodler’s Digest, Libra gets confident, France gets angry, and Domino’s Pizza fans get excited