Better than decentralization, governance is the biggest challenge facing the blockchain? 优于去中心化，治理问题是区块链面临的最大挑战？_巴比特_服务于区块链创新者
Binance is backing plans to create the world’s first decentralized, community-owned bank in Malta, with tokenized ownership.
The U.S. House Financial Services Committee will host a crypto hearing focused on its use as a form of money next week.
Korea will ease regulations on crypto-based assets in attempts to line-up with policies brought forth by the G20 nations and foster growth in the industry.
On June 25, Japan’s Minister of Finance suggested that the current tax rate for crypto could be altered.
Bitcoin was trading at $6,630.50, rising 1.33% the Bitfinex exchange, as of 8:16 AM ET (12:16 GMT).
The financial authority of Abu Dhabi Global Market has launched a regulatory framework for cryptocurrency activities following the completion of a public consultation. The market's financial watchdog has also published a guideline explaining how crypto asset activities are now regulated.
Regulators just wrote an entirely new law.
South Korea’s top financial regulator recently told 23 other countries' regulators that the kimchi premium has fizzled since the anonymous trading of cryptocurrencies was banned in the country. Now, the government is introducing a new guideline to prevent local crypto exchanges from buying cryptocurrencies at foreign exchanges.
Agents also seized Bitcoin mining equipment, 333 bottles of liquid synthetic opioids, and a grenade launcher.
While the United States lags, Switzerland, Singapore and Britain have become leaders in setting guidelines.
Malta: Parliament approves three blockchain, crypto bills in their second reading and the Malta Digital Innovation Authority appoints their first CEO.
Japan’s Minister of Finance and Deputy Prime Minister suggested today that the crypto tax rate be changed to a flat 20%, similar to stocks, Forex trading.
Facebook has updated its policy to allow cryptocurrency ads, while upholding its ban on the promotion of ICOs and binary options.
The IIROC has formed a working group to recommend a regulatory response to blockchain’s impact on capital markets.
As there’s clearly too much ad revenue potential to ignore, Facebook today announced it’s reversing its cryptocurrecy ad ban effective immediately. The decision comes with a few caveats, however. The company says it will allow ads and related content from “pre-approved advisers,&#…
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