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A surety bond and fingerprints are just some of the proposed onerous requirements for Bitcoin and crypto businesses under a new lew waiting to be passed in Alaska.
Yang Lixin, a senior law figure currently drafting China’s new civil law, has described Bitcoin as “virtual movable property.”
Finnish law will enable citizens from any EU state to open a dinosaur bank account Finland from January 1, but information-sharing could mean this is a mixed blessing.
The United Kingdom passed legislation providing the government with sweeping new surveillance powers on internet activity, unprecedented in any Western democracy.
China adopts a controversial cyber security law as about 40,000 accounts of a top British bank are reported to have seen suspicious transactions over the weekend.
German banks may have violated EU competition law by placing restrictions on non-bank payment services.
Recent North Carolina Bitcoin law is a step in the right direction, leaving room for improvement but may arrive with its own side-effects.
Nearly 260 Steem accounts hacked, up to $ 85,000 worth of losses reported.
Private Internet Access, a VPN provider, is saying goodbye to Russia because of a law that would force them to log their customers’ traffic for up to a year.
A new draft Civil Code can change the way Bitcoin is viewed in Chinese law and give it tangible value.
There are a number of people associated with Bitcoin who have been caught on the wrong side of the law. CECG (Crypto Economics Consulting Group) has started a project to provide them with books when they are in prison
Seven member banks of the R3 consortium, an association of the world’s leading banks and financial institutions for Blockchain research, have come to a consensus to settle a US$324 million U.S lawsuit.
CoinTelegraph spoke with Stuart Hoegner, the editor of the book titled “The Law Of Bitcoin” on his experience in being part of the team behind the project as well as his opinion on bitcoin regulation around the globe.
Spain passed a law enacting fines of up to US$33,000 for peaceful protest and filming of police.
Speaking at the All-Russian Banking Conference, Deputy Minister of Finance Alexey Mioseev stated that the bill proposing penalties for using “monetary surrogates” will finally become law this year.
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