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Uganda Will Take Measures for Crypto Regulation

Uganda Will Take Measures for Crypto Regulation

  In a period when countries like South Korea, India, and Canada are struggling to design a proper regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies, a sub-Saharan African country seems to be way ahead. According to local media reports, Uganda is the country which had recently set in motion a regulation bill. Bitcoin

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Indian Crypto Regulation Draft to come in December

Indian Crypto Regulation Draft to come in December

  India had been in the center of attention since March 2017, when it began a task force against cryptocurrencies, recommending consumers to stop trading cryptocurrencies, while also choking exchange operators. Although this was not a total ban, like the one we see in China, companies from the industry had

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France Adjusts Taxation for Cryptocurrencies

France Adjusts Taxation for Cryptocurrencies

  For the past few months, there had been significant activity from French authorities with regards to digital assets regulation. The government and the parliament had worked jointly and as we have discussed in a previous article, an important ICO regulatory framework had been adopted. The objective is to make

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Hong Kong Issues Guidance for Crypto Regulation

Hong Kong Issues Guidance for Crypto Regulation

  On November 1st, the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) had issued a statement, informing about a regulatory framework for virtual asset portfolios managers, funds distributors, and trading platform operators. Even though this statement comes after concerns from the agency related to digital assets, Hong Kong looks to be taking

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Japan Takes the Path of Self-Regulation

Japan Takes the Path of Self-Regulation

There’s a lot of activity regarding cryptocurrencies taking place in Japan. Despite being one of the most inclusive countries, the issue of regulation continues to be on the top list. We’ve seen in an article we wrote about a few weeks ago, how Japan wants to regulate crypto speculations, and

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Hong Kong to Regulate Cryptocurrency Trading

Hong Kong to Regulate Cryptocurrency Trading

  Cryptocurrency trading becomes increasingly popular and with it the concerns of financial regulators over the risk that the investors expose themselves. It is the case for Hong Kong, who looks like it will pay a closer attention to online platforms enabling cryptocurrency trading. Could the SFC take action? The

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Coinbase Agrees to Crypto Regulation in Japan

Coinbase Agrees to Crypto Regulation in Japan

Probably one of the most famous and one of the most reputable exchange platform in the cryptocurrency had made recent comments about the regulatory environment for digital assets in Japan. As some of you might know, Coinbase had announced in the first half of this year that it wants to

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BIS reports on crypto prices and regulation

BIS reports on crypto prices and regulation

The Bank for International Settlement (BIS), which is basically like the mother of all central banks in the world, had been a study on the impact of cryptocurrency regulation-related news and the price variations. The coalition of 60 central banks found some interesting things about this subject, so in this

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Malta Will Implement Crypto-Friendly Regulation

Malta Will Implement Crypto-Friendly Regulation

  While big cryptocurrency markets like The United States and South Korea are struggling to implement a clear and effective regulatory framework for digital assets, a small island from Southern Italy managed to give them a huge and important lesson. It is the case of Malta, which will implement new

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British Lawmakers Back Crypto Regulation

British Lawmakers Back Crypto Regulation

  The United Kingdom could accelerate on the path towards cryptocurrency regulation after a report on digital assets published by the Treasury Select Committee on Wednesday called for more regulation in order to have a greater protection for consumers and for money laundering prevention. We have talked in our previous

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