The U.K. central bank has teamed up with five other central banks to research CBDC use cases.
The English Court of Appeal has granted Dr. Craig Wright's permission to appeal the High Court’s jurisdictional ruling, which struck out his claim.
Effective January 3, 2020, FCA-licensed exchange Coinfloor will no longer offer access to Ethereum trading.
The U.K.-based company, Bottle Pay announced that it will shut down due to conflicts on the new anti-money-laundering guidelines coming to the European Union.
John Hyman apparently knew quite well Telegram might be offering a security, and the SEC case looks to be built on his work.
A panel of top English judges determined cryptos to be tradable property and smart contracts to be enforceable agreements.
The London-listed cryptocurrency mining company said it would now purchase 10,000 Antminer T17s, rather than the 500 AntMiner S17s originally planned.
There has been a 74% increase in the total number of crypto-related investigations at this point as compared to October 2018, according to the U.K. Financial Conduct Authority.
The Financial Conduct Authority has issued a warning to the public regarding a clone firm that claims to offer investment services in cryptocurrency, stocks and forex.
The startup intends on utilizing the funding and the expertise of the new partners, which include Tencent, Fidelity and Rakuten, to bring more visibility to its business.
Reuters learned Facebook had met with the Bank of England, the Treasury and regulatory officials before going public with its planned launch.