Facebook’s troubled Libra stablecoin is no closer to launching, after running into fresh opposition from regulators worldwide.
If an exchange isn’t sending you your crypto immediately, then securities laws apply, affording you all the protections that come with it.
Malta has received some 34 letters of intent, a pre-application process before submitting full applications for a license.
The European Securities and Markets Authority has announced plans for a new legal framework governing the cryptocurrency sector.
Patrick Ellis of the Libra Association saying there was a lack of strategy around how and where the cryptocurrency will launch.
Eight companies were brought in for questioning by local regulators, each suspected of previously offering services that are now illegal.
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision said a new conservative framework for regulation was required to tackle crypto-related risks.
The 5MLD will require Simplecoin to implement and adhere to several anti-money laundering and know-your-customer policies.
At the SiGMA 2019 event in Malta, Dr. Craig Wright said the BSV blockchain was perfectly suited to the needs of the iGaming sector, in large part as a result of the security that comes from creating an immutable public record of transactions.