In the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry, more and more disputes over intellectual property have been emerging recently. This is an example of one
The topic of the cryptocurrency in the United States is still relevant. A delegation from the US House Financial Services Committee will raise the issue of Libra in Switzerland.
New Zealand officially declared income in cryptocurrencies as legal. The country introduced a formula on how to tax this income as well.
The European Union has outlined specific requirements for cryptocurrency regulations. The Czechs, however, want to establish their own regulations.
Various struggles have been going on for many months in the Bitcoin environment, sparking controversy. There have even been trials. One of them was brought by Craig Wright.
The court in China, after looking into one of the cases, considered Bitcoin as a virtual property of a certain value, which, in turn, makes it a legally protected asset there.
The Inter-ministerial Committee (IMC), established to examine Bitcoin and cryptocurrency regulations in India, states that the government should put a complete ban on cryptocurrencies.
Democrats proposed a bill that is supposed to punish technology companies with a fine amounting to million dollars a day for putting cryptocurrencies into circulation.
One of Bitcoin's main opponents, Iran, while allowing BTC to be mined, will still not allow for the trade of it.
Canada has amended the regulations against money laundering. The changes will affect cryptocurrency exchanges and their operations.
Christine Lagarde is to become the new president of the European Central Bank. Up until now, Lagarde looked rather kindly on cryptocurrencies, but recently it has diametrically changed.
One of the discussions of the last G20 meeting was connected with the legal regulations regarding cryptocurrencies. The leaders of the countries will carefully look at the postulates of the Financial Action Task Force FATF).
A fake Cryptocurrency exchange led to losses amounting to nearly $27 million. Thousands of people have lost money on operations that most likely took place in the UK and the Netherlands.
Russia is preparing for the possible legalization of cryptocurrency trade. For a long time, the parliament has been waiting for this decision.
New recommendations regarding the regulation of virtual assets have finally been implemented. From now on, the cryptocurrency exchanges will have to share their clients' data.
The five largest cryptocurrency exchanges in Korea have adopted new regulations imposed on them by FTC, the Federal Trade Commission.
Anatoly Aksakov, the chairman of the State Duma Committee on Financial Markets has finally explained the problems with cryptocurrencies, although he did so by accident. After announcing potential penalties for miners, he stated that possession of Bitcoin, despite the ban, is still possible.
Finance ministers and heads of central banks from the G20 group turned to the Financial Stability Board (FSB) and international organizations to monitor the risk related to cryptographic assets. The request was made in a shared communiqué, published on the website of the Japanese Ministry of Finance.
Egypt is one of the exceptionally harsh countries when it comes to the cryptocurrency industry. Now, however, it will allow licensed companies to operate in this field.
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