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Business 11 February 2019
Malta regulator addresses concerns over cybersecurity
Authorities in Malta are taking action after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) raised concerns that blockchain's ascent in Malta will be a significant risk to the Maltese financial system.
Business 25 January 2019
IMF: Blockchain in Malta poses ‘significant risks’ to financial system
According to the IMF, the rise of the blockchain sectors in Malta isn’t wholly innocent, and could in fact pose “significant risks” to the country’s financial system.
Business 13 November 2018
Will Marshall Islands abandon plans to introduce crypto as national currency?
The plan of Marshall Islands to introduce a new national currency have been welcome with considerable resistance by the international currency and there are now concerns that the country may have to scrub the plans.
Editorial 19 October 2018
We’re from the International Monetary Fund, and we’re here to help
The fourteenth installment in a weekly column, A Power of Facing examines the International Monetary Fund’s continual warnings about the power of cryptocurrency.
Business 12 September 2018
IMF advises Marshall Islands against using crypto as legal tender
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has cautioned against plans to issue cryptocurrency as a form of legal tender in the Republic of the Marshall Islands.
Editorial 7 June 2018
A briefing on the IMF’s monetary policy in the digital age
The IMF message is clear: Fiat banks and financial institutions need to open their eyes and deal with cryptocurrency.
Business 15 March 2018
IMF chief wants to ‘fight fire with fire’—turn blockchain against criminals
Christine Lagarde echoes the Dutch finance minister’s statement that cryptocurrency regulation warrants international cooperation.