Confirming the draft proposals were only meant to test stakeholder sentiment, the Thai securities regulator withdrew the plans following sharp public criticism in the hours after its announcement.
The Turkish Ministry of Treasury and Finance tweeted that it was beginning work with a number of regulatory bodies to assess the risks posed by cryptocurrency, and to devise a government solution.
This week on CoinGeek Pulse, we head to the United States where the governor of the State of Nevada unveiled details of a proposed bill to create a Blockchain City.
Michael Hudson and Daniel Krawisz’s conversation contains several analogies to nature and how things play out in the animal kingdom, which ties back to their discussion that revolves heavily around proof-of-work, economics, and social economics.
The panel covers a range of topics that lawyers, prospective lawyers, and any individual or business that needs to navigate the laws surrounding blockchain and digital currency would find useful.
Da Vinci Capital reportedly sent a letter before claim to the CEO of Telegram, Pavel Durov, suggesting the fund would raise legal action against Telegram and TON Inc. over the project.
Gary Gensler, the Biden administration's nominee to head the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, has highlighted "investor protections" as priorities for the digital asset industry.
The action centers on claims that MoneyGram did not confirm the status of XRP as a security, which constitutes a breach of the rules around issuing and selling securities.
Ghana’s central bank has launched a regulatory and innovation sandbox, with a focus on projects building on blockchain technology.
In an alert aimed at New York investors, Attorney General James described the “extreme risk” of investing in digital currencies, made all the more relevant by the recent surge in prices.
Speaking at a recent event, Yemi Osinbajo rebuked the recent ban on digital currencies, advocating for Nigerian authorities to regulate the industry.