Coinbase was attracted to Ireland by a beneficial tax code, much like many other tech giants have.
OKCoin is building a bigger infraustrure for European trading, with a Malta office and Euro transactions.
Vitas Vasiliauskas, who chairs the board of the Bank of Lithuania, recently discussed digital currency and whether it should be wholesale, retail or both.
Jubiter has introduced a new cryptocurrency-based debit card, which is claims can be used anywhere in the world.
A brand-new study into consumer confidence in cryptocurrencies has been released today, revealing two-thirds of Europeans have faith the digital assets will still exist in 10 years’ time.
Ripple, IOTA, and over 100 other cryptocurrencies recently launched the International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications.
At a recent blockchain summit, several European leaders discussed the development of blockchain technology, and suggested regulations will only hold it back.
A recent report calls on Europe to set the standard for blockchain technology, and gives specific direction on how to do so.
Steven Maijoor, Chairman of the European Securities and Markets Authority, claimed that crypto assets are there to help investors and not to hinder them.
The European Union (EU) is quickly setting itself up to be the global leader behind blockchain adoption.
Cryptocurrency is meant to be a global currency. However, when it comes to regulating the space, it is obvious that there is no global consensus. The U.S. appears to be addressing the space in one manner, while the European Union is formulating its own plan.