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Financial regulations are imposed by governments on businesses and financial institutions in order to manage a nation's financial system. These regulations are sometimes harmful to the end users of the financial system - regular people - and are most of the times introduced without regard to that fact. Bitcoin is not governed by any central authority and is free from such influences.
In a statement published on the Weibo social media platform, Alibaba denies that its P2P platform is related to cryptocurrencies or mining.
Russian Association of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain announces CryptoRuble is to be launched in the middle of 2019.
The panic button was well and truly mashed, but it seems that it could well have been yet another false alarm.
Accusations of govt. insider crypto trading surface in South Korea, worsening the chaotic situation over cryptocurrency regulation in the country.
With rumors circulating about bans in Korea, another bout of FUD has been birthed out of JP Morgan.
New US bill calls for the creation of a task force to reward people with information that leads to arrests in cases of cryptocurrency-funded terrorism.
France is to spearhead its cryptocurrency regulation with a task force headed by Jean-Pierre Landau who thinks Bitcoin is the “tulips of modern times.”
200,000 people sign a petition asking the South Korean government to stop its attempts of strict cryptocurrency regulation, government obligated to respond.
Countries taking on Bitcoin by themselves will never succeed in terms of regulating the digital currency.
Alibaba has reportedly gone against statements by Chinese authorities and its own founder by launching a cryptocurrency mining platform.
Crypto regulations should be global, according to the director of Germany’s Bundesbank.
A new report indicates Bitcoin transactions for drugs are centralized in just a few mixer and gambling sites.
China is attempting to add new restrictions to the country’s cryptocurrency exchange ban, targeting entities providing “market-making”, say anonymous sources.
The next wave of mainstream adoption could have the banks and traditional institutions all mulling over cryptocurrencies.
South Korea to penalize traders who do not use their real names on crypto exchange accounts, gov’t clarifies its position.
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