The U.K.’s financial watchdog is clamping down on digital currency companies operating illegally in the country.
A subsidiary of crypto financial services company BCB Group has been approved as an Authorised Payment Institution by regulators.
The country’s tax authority has turned to the blockchain for an analytics tool that could uncover digital crime
The last person you’d expect to have an opinion on Bitcoin, the elderly Prince Charles, shared his thoughts on the future of money.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is beginning to get really serious with companies operating in the cryptocurrency space.
Regulation of the UK cryptocurrency market could take two more years to enact, according to corporate law firm Reynolds Porter Chamberlain (RPC).
The UK’s Office of Communications (Ofcom) announced that it has received £700,000 ($917,000) to explore the use of blockchain for managing landline numbers.
HM Land Registry, which holds 25 million land titles in England and Wales, may soon be using blockchain technology to document purchases of real estate.
The Financial Conduct Authority announced that cryptocurrency derivatives, such as futures, opts or contracts for difference (CFD), fall under the UK’s Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II.