Cryptocurrency traders who use the ShapeShift app will soon have to sign up for membership and provide “basic personal information.”
Thailand’s Anti-Money Laundering Office (AMLO) is looking to expand its powers to allow for seizure of digital assets.
Japan’s Financial Services Agency (FSA) is making it tougher for cryptocurrency exchanges to register their businesses in the country, requiring disclosure of a lot more information than before.
The Philippines’ Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) will soon release draft rules for cryptocurrency exchanges in the country.
The state of California will soon include blockchain technology among electronic records that could be used for legally binding contracts.
Although Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has demanded for the national Petro cryptocurrency to be accepted by the country’s banks, no one seems to know where or how they can get ahold of it.
The North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA) said it had more than 200 active investigations regarding initial coin offerings (ICOs) and other cryptocurrency-related products.
The European Union is not done considering regulations on the trade of cryptocurrencies, a report from Bloomberg states.
Polish lawmakers have drafted a bill that will classify procedures in filing taxes related to cryptocurrency activities, including trading and mining.
The private information of over 264,000 users of Brazilian cryptocurrency trading platform Atlas Quantum has been exposed in a hack, according to local media reports.
A day after it issued orders denying applications for cryptocurrency exchange-traded funds (ETFs), the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said it will be reviewing its decision.