European Union News
The United Kingdom’s financial regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority, is looking to hire a specialist with a cryptocurrency background.
UK Financial Watchdog Seeks Cryptocurrency Expert to Address EU Regulations
Six major central banks will reportedly meet in April to discuss central bank digital currency development.
Major Central Banks to Discuss Digital Currencies Amid IMF Conference
Finnish P2P exchange LocalBitcoins is allegedly quietly suspending user accounts, citing an “enhanced due diligence process.”
LocalBitcoins Quietly Suspends Accounts in Multiple Regions Without Notice
Deribit, a crypto futures and options exchange moving from the Netherlands to Panama to avoid new E.U. regulations, has clarified its new AML policy.
Deribit Releases Specifics of New KYC Policy Following Move to Panama
Six major central banks and the Bank for International Settlements jointly created a digital currency research group.
Six Major Central Banks to Collaborate on Digital Currency Research
Two more European cryptocurrency firms shut down because of the upcoming EU Anti-Money Laundering rules.
After BottlePay, Two More Crypto Firms Shut Down Due to Upcoming EU Rules
Swedish financial regulators have given Swiss crypto firm Amun approval to offer its exchange-traded products to investors in Sweden and the EU.
Crypto Gains New EU Stronghold as Sweden Approves Swiss ETP Startup