The updated policy, which was first outlined in June, allows advertisers to market their digital currency services to audiences in the United States, provided they meet specific requirements.
The move sees Huobi join fellow digital currency exchange OKEx in closing down its Chinese arm, following the People’s Bank of China ban on ICOs and fiat-to-digital currency trading enacted in 2017.
The Delhi High Court has issued notices to regulators and some of the leading exchanges as it seeks to reign in what it believes are misleading ads on television and other digital media.
BIT Mining Limited has raised $50 million in additional capital through a private placement to expand its overseas operations as China continues to tighten restrictions on blockchain based.
ICICI Bank has been gradually shutting out digital currency ties in recent months, in line with actions taken by its peers including Yes Bank and IDFC First Bank.
A United Nations commission weighs in on El Salvador’s move to accept BTC as legal tender, warning the Latin country of economic, financial and legal challenges ahead.
Anhui cited a directive by the State Grid Corporation of China, the national electricity distributor, which has urged authorities to shut down block reward miners.
In an update to its policies, the social media platform prohibited branded content relating to financial services such as digital currencies, foreign exchange, forex trading, and investment services.
The company is accused of engaging in illegal, off-exchange transactions in these digital currencies as well as foreign currencies and precious metals without registering with the regulators.
Authorities from the People's Bank of China recently issued a notice warning local institutions not to provide digital currency-related companies' services.
The instruction came from first vice president of Iran Eshaq Jahangiri, who said all of the country’s licensed mining companies should halt production.