Two French parliamentarians are advocating €500 million ($570 million) for the development of blockchain in the country.
Beginning New Year’s Day next year, tobacco retailers in France are reportedly going to begin selling cryptocurrency.
The Finance commission of France’s lower house of Parliament is endorsing a proposal to lower taxes on sales from cryptocurrencies by 6%.
A security officer in France is accused of selling confidential state information on the dark web, according to local media reports.
The French financial market authority, Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF), has updated its official blacklist of fraudulent businesses operating in the country.
Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) has added four websites, which have been offering crypto investments without licenses, to its list of blacklisted domains.
On July 18, crypto experts will gather in Paris at the Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference France – an event dedicated to cryptocurrencies, Blockchain & ICO.
After a fair amount of backlash, France’s Council of State now considered cryptocurrencies as movable property, which resulted in the lowering the capital gains tax to a flat rate of 19%.
In a report by the Bank of France, officials are hoping to implement some drastic legislation that will seriously hinder the advancement of the digital currency in the country.
The Authorite de Marches Financieres (AMF) in France has come up with a list of websites that offer cryptocurrency services and is advising customers not to engage or trade in these platforms.