London is the capital and largest city in Great Britain. It is the third largest by population in Europe, and it is a large financial, tourist, political and cultural center. London is one of the world’s three economic centers, along with New York and Tokyo. Also, London is a global city. In terms of cryptocurrency, the city is attractive for investors and for conducting businesses, as it has supportive policies and relatively law taxes. Besides that, there are a lot of Bitcoin ATMs in London, with exchanges and trading platforms. Local banks have created a special card for operating conveniently with digital currencies. In addition, the authorities are considering the possibility of creating a special London Bitcoin.
Less than 1% of overall fraud cases relate to cryptocurrency, but that number could be rising in line with Bitcoin and the crypto market’s ascension.
UK prosecutor expects crypto scams to increase, but numbers remain low for now
A 108-page report details how the United Kingdom can retain its status as one of the global centers for fintech innovation and business.
FCA releases detailed 5-point plan to make UK a fintech powerhouse
A new take on an old investigation potentially sheds light on the whereabouts of Satoshi Nakamoto — at least while he was working on Bitcoin.
New analysis suggests Satoshi Nakamoto was a Londoner
Bitstamp confirms migration of European clients.
Bitstamp crypto exchange migrates European clients from UK
BABB and CryptoAM launched an initiative to raise funds for vulnerable people living in some London’s districts.
Crypto Fundraising to Aid Canary Wharf and Isle of Dogs
Jewel in the crown of London Blockchain Week scrapes together good attendance despite COVID-19.
DeFi Skepticism, Decentralization, Tax Define London Blockchain Week
After attending the Ethereum Community Conference in Paris and ETHLondon hackathon, a co-founder of TorusLabs says he was diagnosed with coronavirus.
Ethereum Conference Attendees Urged to Test for Coronavirus