Iran has rolled out a government decree designed to tighten its control over the block reward mining industry and stamp out illegal operators.
The equipment is valued at $79,000, and its operator can face an $18,000 fine over unregistered block reward mining operations.
The Autorité des Marchés Financiers set out details of the recently blacklisted companies to raise awareness of unregulated operators.
Lawmakers in Spain are currently drafting new rules that would implement the Fifth Anti Money Laundering Directive into national law.
The 15-page document sets out how the new licensing structure would allow for fully-regulated trading of security tokens in the country.
CoinGeek caught up with Bittrex Global’s COO and CFO Stephen Stonberg to learn about the future of the digital asset industry.
The U.S. securities regulator continues to work to clarify its position as to exactly when savvy coin offering structures cross the line.
A recent CCTV investigation revealed that its Beijing-based reporter was able to sign up on the Binance platform via its Chinese website.
The memorandum is aimed at removing barriers to firms looking to operate interchangeably between the two markets.
On June 1, the amendments made to Canada’s Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act were made effective.
Revolut began operating in Australia in 2019 under a special exemption granted by the Australian financial regulator ASIC.