Canadian companies in the cryptocurrency sector are begging for the government to take a stand and bring the industry to heel.
The Ontario Securities Commission has warned the public about BTCReal, BitSerial, Hypercube Ventures LP, CabinCoin OÜ, and BaapPay Inc.
Fed up with regulatory uncertainty over cryptocurrencies in the United States, Miami-based company CBlocks is moving to Canada in the near future.
Canada's Bitfarms has merged with Israel-based Blockchain Mining Ltd. to form one of the world’s largest mining outfits.
Bank of Montreal has decided that its clients aren’t capable of making their own decisions and will be blocking any and all transactions related to cryptocurrency.
Canada is making the move, exploring how to regulate the myriad of possibilities in the cryptocurrency realm.
One of the schemes that has had quite a bad press is the one run by Dubai-based USI Tech, which has already abandoned operations in the U.S. and Canada.
Jason Roy of the Manitoba Securities Commission said it's incumbent on other online platforms to follow the footsteps of Facebook and ban the ads.