Yesterday marks the eighth anniversary of Bitcoin Pizza day
France’s Council of State has recently changed the tax rate on the crypto transaction from the initial 45% to a flat rate of 19%, local news outlet, Le Monde reported Thursday, April 26.
In a recent statement, they said that they have a liberal approach. Their goal is providing legal certainty for those who search it, without hindering those who are willing to follow their own path. Further, they told that they are working…
Cryptocurrency regulation to be discussed in this year's summit
Austria is drafting a plan to regulate Bitcoin like it did with Gold
French regulator has stated that cryptocurrencies-based financial products should be legally regulated as derivatives, this means that online trading platforms would require authorization to offer these derivatives and can no longer…
The tokens might pose great risks for investors and can be used for financial crimes without taking appropriate measures.
In its quest of becoming a FinTech hub, the France has passed new rules that allows the trading of unlisted securities using blockchain platforms.
Blockchain technology is becoming popular day by day. Both UK and France are planning to use Blockchain to trade unlisted securities.
Bruno Le Maire, France’s finance minister has unveiled on Friday 8th December, a decree that would make the country the first in Europe to allow trading of some non-listed securities though blockchain technology.