Authorities in Australia have turned their attention to revising the current AML/CTF which has been on the back burner since 2016.
The Philippine central bank, or Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), released a set of regulations for domestic virtual currency exchanges.
SegWit Gold (SWG) is looking to fork in less than 10 days. The project, led by Jack Liao of Hong Kong mining firm Lightning ASIC, is seeking to change the proof-of-work (PoW) algorithm.
Prompted by the rising volume of domestic Bitcoin trading, regulators in South Korea are now considering imposing tax on the use of cryptocurrency.
Bitcoin Unlimited's Peter Rizun announces that the world's first 1.0001GB block has been mined and propagated on the Gigablock Testnet.
Regulators in the Philippines have warned against groups that have been soliciting Bitcoin investments from unsuspecting investors.
Yesterday, Chinese mining pool F2Pool, which mines 10% of Bitcoin blocks, stopped signalling for SegWit2x.
SurBTC has announced on Wednesday it is no longer supporting SegWit2X that is scheduled to happen in November.
Authorities in Russia are finally on the same page regarding the issuance and circulation of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin in the country.
This week’s edition of Bitcoin-is-bad rhetoric is brought to us by Ajay Banga, who has classified all non-government mandated currencies as “junk.”