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Texas has proven to be a frontline state within the Bitcoin and Blockchain ecosystem.
Carolyn Wilkins recently warned banks about the effect that cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin can bring to the monetary policy.
Central Bank of Kenya has warned public against Bitcoin and other virtual currencies citing its non legal tender and no regulated status.
Interview with business owners on the pros and cons of using Bitcoin for both traditional businesses and black market operations.
Serica, formerly DigitalTangible, announces the December closure of its hard assets and blockchain trading business.
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“Every investor settles in his area of superior confidence and that is the gap between the Nigerian investor and Cryptocurrencies,” Ekene Isiuwe.
Ex Bitcoin Foundation Outreach Person Monica Monaco and her regulatory antics exposed in leaked e-mails. Is EU digital currency regulation being driven by Bitcoin insider lobbying?
Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York Department of Financial Services have officially announced the proposal of the country’s first cyber security regulation to protect consumers and financial institutions.
EU says virtual currencies are too new and hyped, little is known to justify risks associated with them.
The future of money does not include paper, and here are four reasons why digital currencies will become your official national currency.
Thursday the Russian Ministry of Finance proposed to punish citizens that use so-called “money surrogates” like Bitcoin with up to 7 years in prison.
Agenzia delle Entrate, the most important Italian tax authority, wants to treat Bitcoin as a currency and tax it.
Ghana’s Financial Intelligence Centre says the use of bitcoin and kitiwa is a severe risk to the country’s security.
As Bitcoin attempts to go mainstream, Monero, its privacy-focused progeny, is rising to the top of the cryptocurrency rankings by chasing Bitcoin’s old user base.
BTC.ee owner alleges threats by Estonian police and moves business out of the country as Supreme Court of the country on Monday ruled against Bitcoin in a landmark case.
Japanese financial firms have been hit by the most basic Blockchain challenge – a shortage of technical experts.
Financial regulators in Japan proposed to recognise cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin as legitimate methods of payment on par with fiat money.
The stage seems set for Bitcoin trading to soar in Japan with a multiplier effect on the entire ecosystem.
Poloniex just brought service to New Hampshire to a screeching halt, suspending all accounts in that region due to changes in government regulation.
Russian authorities refused the idea of introducing punishment for transactions with Bitcoin
Japan is set to drop sales tax on buying digital currencies, pawing the way for more exchange traders joining the Bitcoin’s bandwagon.
The slowdown in the global economy has resulted in many governments imposing protectionist measures in their countries. Could this pose a threat to Bitcoin?
Over a hundred shops and professionals accept Bitcoin in Buenos Aires, including dentists, law firms, cafes, and bed&breakfasts, but still most of Bitcoin users are independent professionals.
Prepaid debit cards will be subjected to tightened regulations by October 2017, users can top up their cards using Bitcoin.
Gemini, a regulated Bitcoin exchange founded by the Winklevoss Twins, is officially expanding its services to Hong Kong and Singapore.
Russia’s largest state-owned bank Sberbank is officially accepting Bitcoin payments in a cafe located in its headquarters in Moscow, despite confusion in the legality of the digital currency.
CoinTelegraph spoke to Mihir Magudia about the potential of digital currencies and the main reasons for the arrest of their development as a method of payment.
Is lack of clarity on regulation hindering the spread of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies?
Despite years of development, the finance industry has failed to showcase a working application of the blockchain technology. Experts believe that banks may have overlooked the most important concept of the technology: decentralization.
What led to the recent drop in Bitcoin’s price? Some unresolved issues may have been at play
Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) warns the country’s citizens against various risks involved in using Bitcoin.
National debt and central banking slowly drain people of wealth. What if, instead of national debt, we were able to use cryptocurrency to give people equity?
Why Blockchain must be handled with utmost care? Stephen Corliss speaks with Cointelegraph on this and other subjects.
Bitcoin was originally thought to be fully anonymous and in its early days it probably was. However, as most moved from mining Bitcoin to buying, systemic entry points, or exchanges, sprang up.
Representatives of UK regulators announce a regulatory sandbox for fintech companies, including regulation waivers.
More of Iceland’s population holds cryptocurrency than anywhere else in the world. Could that, combined with recent political and financial scandals, propel it to crypto capital of the world?
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.
Bitstamp has received a license from Luxembourg to operate as a payment institution, making it Europe’s first licensed bitcoin exchange.
Today’s infrastructure cannot accommodate on a global level for the technology of tomorrow, says our expert Brandon Kostinuk of Vanbex.
The true meaning of decentralisation might be that a decentralized currency actually does require centralization. CoinTelegraph speaks to Brandon Kostinuk of the Vanbex Group to look into the “common confusion”.
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