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IMF chief Christine Lagarde told CNN Money that regulation of crypto internationally is “inevitable” and should be focused on activities as opposed to entities.
Government-issued cryptocurrency seems to be a likely answer for countries that are looking to ban or regulate the likes of Bitcoin.
"I think that we are about to see massive disruptions," Lagarde at the IMF Annual Meeting in Washington D.C.
Is Bitcoin experiencing massive adoption right now or there’s still a long way to go?
Despite all their FUD, bankers are still more than happy to channel cryptocurrency’s lucrative benefits.
Wall Street Journal indicates that IMF may issue its own cryptocurrency as new reserve currency.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde cautions governments not to dismiss Blockchain and cryptocurrencies.
An expert opinion on how a US dollar white paper would look like.
Ukraine’s government is going to auction seized assets through decentralized Blockchain for more transparent accountability.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has issued its report on developments within the financial technology (Fintech) industry, particularly on the rapidly grow...
New Technologies From Cryptography to AI Rapidly Transforming Financial Services: IMF
A closed-door meeting with Blockchain’s biggest businesses has failed to excite the cryptocurrency community.
The Court of Justice of the Republic didn’t impose any punishment on the IMF chief Christine Lagarde convicted of criminal charges over the facilitation of susp...
IMF managing director Christine Lagarde told WSJ she would be surprised if banks don't adopt digital currencies in 5 years time.
On 1st October 2016, the Chinese Yuan became the world's 5th reserve currency. What does it take to become one and can Bitcoin get there?
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