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A July deadline has been mostly agreed upon by the G20 Nations for recommendations towards Global regulations for Cryptocurrencies
Bitcoin surges today to break $9,000 dollar barrier, albeit not for long.
What impact will the enhanced scrutiny of regulators have on cryptocurrency prices and the future shape of the market
Cryptocurrency markets continue fluctuating, still do not show a significant drop.
Bloomberg has acquired a draft of a G20 document that implies that crypto should be considered an asset rather than a currency.
Bitcoin is back above $8,000, Ethereum above multi-month low below $500 in the wake of positive comments by Bank of England governor to G20 members.
Mark Carney has appeared to move markets after a letter supporting crypto as a ‘non-risk’ to the economy bumps Bitcoin up from slump.
The US is “still absolutely studying” cryptocurrency and regulation is far off, cybersecurity coordinator Rob Joyce has confirmed.
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.
In the era of global economic transition, Blockchain user interfaces will function as a crucial link in bridging the gap between the old and the new order.
Putin and the Russian government’s overall stance on digital technologies may benefit Bitcoin.
Blockchain is key in “fighting to restore the public’s faith in cross-border economic cooperation,” a G20 report has said.
The G20 Summit usually draws protestors by thousands from around the world most of whom are angered at what they see as global economic policies that benefit on...
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