As part of another step into the crypto space, Japan’s SBI Holdings announces an investment in regulated ICO platform Templum
Taiwan will roll out a new cryptocurrency control mechanism in order to prevent money laundering in the financial industry later this year.
Global chip manufacturing giant TSMC attributes lower 2H18 revenue forecast partly to uncertainty in cryptocurrency mining demand.
Crypto developer and CEO of the OTCBTC exchange is running for mayor of Taipei in order to transform the capital into a “Blockchain city” for Asia.
A Bitcoin miner received a gunshot wound to the ankle after failing to pay mining profits to two Taiwanese gangsters.
Bitcoin regulation will likely soon hit Taiwan as the government opts for using AML regulation to consolidate the market.
Taiwan’s central bank has suggested that Bitcoin transactions should be regulated under existing AML regulations.
Japanese financial giant SBI continues its cryptocurrency ventures with a 40% investment in Taiwanese hardware wallet manufacturer CoolBitX.
The new governor of Taiwan’s central bank, Yang Chin-long, said in his welcome speech that the bank will be willing to explore Blockchain technologies.
Chinese mining hardware manufacturer Bitmain made 2017 profits comparable to American GPU manufacturer Nvidia, reports.
Taipei hopes to become a ‘leading’ smart city with the help of IOTA’s Tangle technology.
The future of Ethereum, according to co-founder Vitalik Buterin
Taiwan’s Financial Supervisory Commission has expressed its support for the mainstream adoption of initial coin offerings and cryptocurrencies.
Tether.to’s USDT token has slid below parity with the dollar as its banking woes continue in Taiwan.
Taiwan could soon join the global war on cash by banning cashless transactions for certain goods.
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