The latest reports paint a picture of an extremely wealthy company (and founders), one that is facing very different situations in the various jurisdictions it operates in.
In its warning, the watchdog claimed that digital currencies pose a high risk of loss, have attracted significant criminal activity and the market is largely unregulated.
Following a myriad of nations jumping in and four years of research, Norway has announced it is now ready to test its own central bank digital currency.
New York is making waves after Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the launch of the blockchain-based vaccine passport in a bid to reopen businesses and entertainment venues in the state.
The ruling concerns an appeal by Dr. Wright to overturn an earlier decision in which a High Court judge declined jurisdiction to hear his defamation case against Norway-based Twitter user Magnus Granath.
The move sees Bitruption join the growing number of crypto exchanges worldwide in onboarding full support for BSV.
The Oslo-based trader, whose identity has been withheld, has been reportedly very open about his crypto wealth and, as can be expected, the wrong people took notice.
City Coin is a secure and innovative cryptocurrency based on City Chain, a smart city platform that enables the design, implementation and use of next-generation services for smart cities and their inhabitants.
Norway has scrapped a subsidy granted to cryptocurrency miners in the country, which could result in spiraling energy costs for operators in the sector.
Effective Oct. 15, cryptocurrency-related companies in Norway—including branches of multinational companies—will have to adhere to a new set of anti-money laundering regulations (AML) set by the Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway.