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ShapeShift terminated its services in New York today, due to the state’s BitLicense regulations for digital currencies.
Benjamin Lawsky is leaving New York’s Department of Financial Service, five banks to pay US$5.6 billion fine for rigging markets, and more top stories for May 21.
The New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) yesterday released the third and final revisions to its BitLicense legislation.
The New York State Department of Financial Services has released the application forms that Bitcoin companies in the state must complete by August 8 in order to register their businesses.
The Gemini bitcoin exchange, which seems to have been caught up in red tape for-ever, has finally won regulatory approval from the NYDFS, according to the company’s blog this morning.
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The long-awaited final revisions to the precedent-setting New York State BitLicense regulatory program were released today by their architect, Ben Lawsky.
The NYDFS deputy superintendent hints at BitLicense’s imminent release, Rand Paul is set to appear at a digital currency-focused event in New York City this weekend, and more top stories for April 17.
NYDFS Superintendant Benjamin Lawsky has suggested that the BitLicense bill will be finalized by the end of May; a registration-free online faxing service has launched taking payments per fax in bitcoin and more news
The New York State Department of Financial Services issued a release in mid-November that it plans to hold a public hearing on virtual currency regulation in New York City “in the coming months at a time and location to be determined.”
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