The U.S. securities regulator has sent a letter of inquiry to an unnamed major exchange requiring information on how it protects its users from insider trading on its network.
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas has warned the public to only use exchanges that have been approved by the country, and to only buy as much as they need for transactions.
A Crypto Integrity report suggests that almost 90% of all cryptocurrency volume in February 2019 wasn’t “real,” and this included volume at some of the most well-known cryptocurrency exchanges in the world.
Several NASDAQ executives recently held a “secret” meeting regarding cryptocurrency and the future role it might play in the financial industry.
The cryptocurrency exchanges in Japan have formed a self-regulatory organization proposing restriction for all investors which will allow them to borrow for up to four times their deposit.
In an effort to present more accurate data to users, cryptocurrency data tracker CoinMarketCap (CMC) has announced that it is enhancing its platform.
A probe of cryptocurrency exchanges in South Korea is currently underway by regulators who are concerned with how the exchanges have handled customer data.
Singapore-based CoinBene and Hong Kong-based Bit-Z ranked first and second on CoinMarketCap, after both introduced a new fee model that is based on cryptocurrency mining.
Bank of France Governor Francois Villeroy de Galhau has made a 180-degree turn on his stance on cryptocurrencies and called for platforms that easily switch between crypto-assets and the real economy.
South Korea’s Fair Trade Commission came down hard on a handful of cryptocurrency exchanges, telling the operators their contracts didn’t provide the necessary consumer protection required by law.
The nChain chief scientist warned predatory ICOs and exchanges, which will be driven to the ground by the ‘atomic swap.’