Thursday, September 20, 2018
Tags Cryptocurrency

Tag: cryptocurrency

Finish crypto broker taps iSignthis for AML/KYC requirements

Prasos, a Finland-based cryptocurrency service provider, has signed an agreement with payment and identity technology company iSignthis. Read More:

Australian watchdog cracks down on ‘misleading’ ICO, crypto funds

Australia’s financial regulator and watchdog is ramping up its scrutiny into ‘misleading or deceptive’ initial coin offerings and crypto-asset funds targeting retail investors. Read more:

Switzerland, Israel collaborate on crypto & blockchain regulation

The Swiss Minister for Finance Ueli Maurer recently visited Israel along with State Secretary for International Financial Matters Joerg Gasser, Read more:

Brazil moves to probe banks after crypto exchanges denied services

Brazil's antitrust watchdog is investigating major banks for potentially collaborating to prevent crypto brokerages from gaining banking services. Read more:

Stripe co-founder excited by ‘Payments use cases of crypto’

The co-founder of Stripe, the popular online payment processor, remains “excited” about the payments use cases of cryptocurrencies. Read more:

Enough ‘feeble warnings’, regulate ‘wild west’ crypto market

British lawmakers called for the regulation of the domestic cryptocurrency market which they claimed to be the “Wild West”, Read more:

Eidoo announces token tied to the price of gold

Eidoo, the multicurrency crypto wallet and decentralized exchange, has announced a new token that's redeemable for actual gold. Read more:

CoinCorner brings in former banking regulator as head of compliance

CoinCorner, a UK-based cryptocurrency exchange, has appointed a former banking regulator to its senior management team. Read More:

In China the mantra remains ‘blockchain not Bitcoin’

China maintains a hostile stance on activities related to crypto assets, while expressing a more open mind when it comes to blockchain. Read more:

Dubai Police warns against crypto scams

Dubai Police currently investigating a Dh 300 million ($81.7 million) international fraud case have issued a warning about the Read more: