European regulation awaits further instruction
Key EU members have always had significant state presence in handling tech industries. How will their past policy experience translate into emerging Blockchain ...
A July deadline has been mostly agreed upon by the G20 Nations for recommendations towards Global regulations for Cryptocurrencies
The French financial markets regulator AMF will introduce a regulatory framework to legitimize ICOs with a focus on investor protection.
French stock market regulator AMF blacklists 15 cryptocurrency and crypto-asset trading companies for non-compliance with crypto advertising laws.
French stock market regulator AMF published a release today saying cryptocurrency derivatives should be regulated under EU’s new financial reforms.
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.”
Japan Finance Minister Taro Aso claims that there is still no proof that Bitcoin is a “credible currency”, and that Japanese citizens rarely use crypto.
France’s finance minister calls for Bitcoin regulation to be a topic of debate at next year’s G20 Summit.
France will allow Blockchain-based trading of unlisted securities.
Blockchain technology is giving Africa the opportunity to stand on its own without depending on the generosity of Westerners.
Bank of France Governor believes Bitcoin is not an actual currency, warns that investors are on their own.
After the biggest week in Bitcoin’s history, is there a change of sentiment coming for the cryptocurrency?
The Bank of France goes out on a limb, describing Bitcoin as “neither a currency nor a cryptocurrency.”
Bitcoin gets its first mutual fund from French asset manager TOBAM.
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