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March 22nd’s morning saw an attack on Brussels, Belgium killing at least 34 people. Will virtual currencies be increasingly under the scanner as a result?
Banks are not moving fast enough to adopt the Blockchain and this may lead to their quick demise.
The regulation of virtual currencies by the European Council creates unduly burden on exchanges, but at the same time adds legitimacy to Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
Wells Fargo scam was possible due to non-transparent data management. Could implementation of the Blockchain have helped?
Hackers exploit the middleman in centralized exchanges which is a central point of failure. CoinTelegraph spoke to Mihail Mihaylov, Bitsquare’s Chief Decentralist, about the matter.
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The popular Bitcoin exchange and wallet provider, Coinbase, has begun asking for LinkedIn information as part of their ‘Know Your Customer’ programme
GreenCoinX has announced the launch of its affiliated cryptocurrency exchange, SiiCrypto, to meet government standards and alleviate concerns about crooks and terrorists.
In an interview with Cointelegraph, Alex Holmes, Moneygram CEO, cited importance of KYC (Know Your Customer) regulations and user verification.
Michaela Juric, aka Bitcoin Babe, an Australian based Bitcoin trader, has seen one of her bank accounts abruptly shut down after selling around $10000 of Bitcoin, on claims of fraud from the bank.
KYC compliance, the regulatory standards that demand to know who you are and what you are doing with your money, are being adopted by Bitcoin exchanges more and more
BlockTrail yesterday launched its Mint exchange, which swaps “old” coins for newly mined ones. In a first of its kind, users can buy bitcoins that came straight from a mining pool.
Two of Australia's "big four banks," Westpac Banking Corporation and the Australia and New Zealand Bank Group (ANZ), are trialing Ripple payments for faster and lower-cost cross-border payments.
A bill placed before the North Carolina Senate could see the Old North State implement mandatory licensing for companies operating with digital currency.
National Australia Bank and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia will be taking part in a joint project led by global financial innovation firm R3
Having filed its registration application in New York, ItBit is looking to become the first regulated Bitcoin bank in America.
Coinapult partners with Crypto Capital to reopen in the U.S., meeting state financial regulations.
G. Heni is Chief Communication Officer at the newly launched French Bitcoin exchange Bitcoin-Wave. In an interview with CoinTelegraph, the executive shares his company incentives and motivations, and discusses its future plans, as building the largest Bitcoin e-commerce platform in the world, while offering a full pack...
Bitcoin ATM manufacturer Lamassu Bitcoin Ventures partners up with IdentityMind Global to offer integrated Anti-Money Laundering and Compliance platform within Bitcoin ATMs.
The United States' Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) has announced it is working to investigate a string of digital currency businesses, assessing whether they meet financial regulations for the sector.
An international crime expert has labeled London the center of international money laundering, saying the city's major banks disregard the anti-money laundering regulation that at the same time burdens FinTech startups.
Singapore-based Ernst & Young LLP Partner Jan Bellens believes "cryptocurrencies are a great innovation with great upsides for the long-term," as long as the two keys issues, named as security and KYC, get resolved in the short-term.
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