Russia has postponed its digital currency law yet again, this time blaming the coronavirus pandemic that has slowed down legislative processes in the country.
Russian police have arrested one person and his accomplices who are alleged to have stolen $190,000 worth of electricity monthly to mine digital currencies.
Russia could up regulatory sandboxes for fintech companies, including those building DLT solutions after the Prime Minister submitted a bill to parliament.
This vision of a blockchain powered world is one that many enterprises have in common with BSV, and one that’s massively important according to Alexander Shulgin.
Alexey Guznov, head of legal at the central bank, said the latest draft of the bill will outlaw circulation and issuance of digital currency in Russia.
A senior engineer at Chinese search giant Baidu was arrested and charged for using company servers to mine Monero. He has been sentenced to 3 years in jail.
In an interview with CoinGeek, EX Sports co-founder and CEO Toli Makris explained how the platform allows users buy digital collectibles.
The government is seeking outside bids for ways to prevent Telegram, TON and mesh-networks to operate in the country.
The founding president of the Bitcoin Association talks about the role Bitcoin SV can play in transforming the sports industry, both now and in future.