Latest News Of Ireland Tag
Business 15 October 2019
Coinbase continues European expansion with e-money license in Ireland
Coinbase was attracted to Ireland by a beneficial tax code, much like many other tech giants have.
Business 28 June 2019
Bitsane crypto exchange disappears after reportedly scamming investors
The Dublin-based cryptocurrency exchange shut down last week, but customers claimed its issues had started much earlier.
Tech 31 May 2019
Bank of Ireland, AIB using blockchain for staff credentials
Deloitte and the Institute of Banking has a blockchain for educational information, but then someone figured out it could double for staff credentials.
Business 9 May 2019
Belfast Coin authorized to help boost local economy, businesses
The Belfast City Council announced that they would be the using a digital currency specifically catered to their local community to help businesses and residents in the city.
Business 20 March 2019
Blockchain, Brexit, and Ireland: What will happen?
The economic uncertainty has led many to believe that cryptocurrency might be able to play a role, since traditional currencies might not be able to stabilize through the crisis.
Business 4 January 2019
Ireland set to approve AML bill impacting cryptocurrencies
Ireland's cabinet has accepted the Fifth Anti Money Laundering Directive put forward by the European Union, creating more oversight for cryptocurrencies.
Business 20 December 2018
Irish court rules cryptocurrency recoverable under ‘proceeds of crime’
The High Court in Ireland has ruled that cryptocurrency can be recovered as proceeds of crime in a ruling on a man imprisoned for drug offences, one of the first instances of its kind to be adjudicated in the country.
Business 16 October 2018
Coinbase opens Dublin office amid Brexit uncertainty
San Francisco-based cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has announced the opening of a Dublin office, its second office in Europe.
Business 22 June 2018
‘Unbanked’ Irish crypto companies lament problems with lenders
Some startups claim to have been “unbanked” by Irish lenders, meaning that financial institutions have withdrawn banking services.