The European Union approved new anti-money laundering (AML) legislation in part targeting in cryptocurrency yesterday, May 14, local news outlets report.
Former Federal Reserve Bank (Fed) governor Kevin Warsh thinks that the creation of a ‘FedCoin’ in order to “bring legal activities into a digital coin” deserves serious consideration, The New York Times reported May 4.
The Cabinet of Malta has approved three bills related to cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. The Virtual Financial Assets Bill provides a regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings.
Swiss Post has partnered with Modum to Implement a temperature Monitoring Solution for the Shipping Industry,
A total of 22 countries were involved in the partnership for the development of Blockchain technology. Additionally, other countries are welcome to join.
Andrus Ansip, the vice-president of the European Commission (EC), urges the European Union to be the lead role in digital innovations by adopting the Blockchain technology.
Central Banks are beginning to look into the potential of blockchain technology for transforming securities transactions.
Payment using Bitcoin will not be taxed in Germany
NBP bank has been running campaigns on You Tube to teach people on the dangers of investing in digital currencies
The EU Central Bankers have declared that bitcoin should not be referred to as the currency. Saying “Stop Calling the Bitcoin a Coin”