The law firm representing Dr. Craig Wright, has announced that it is has been granted permission to serve bitcoin.org operator Cøbra with papers over the hosting of the Bitcoin white paper.
The taskforce will coordinate exploration of the objectives, use cases, opportunities and risks of a potential CBDC, as well as guide the evaluation of its design features, among other responsibilities.
The Crypto Open Patent Alliance announced it's filing a lawsuit in the High Court of Justice in England and Wales, to declare that Dr. Craig S. Wright is not the author of the 2008 Bitcoin white paper.
The stablecoins caused consternation in the U.K. when its launch was originally mooted back in 2019, in common with governments and central banks elsewhere in the world.
Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs published the updated guidance to address the issue of proof-of-stake rewards, which had previously been treated informally in the same way as mining rewards.
The digital asset industry has a specific problem which, despite hurting consumers and adoption, receives little attention: dishonest advertising.
CryptoUK has called on Chancellor Rishi Sunak to step in to tackle problems around the digital currency assets register.
The ASA flagged Coinfloor’s phrase “there is no point in keeping your money in the bank” as objectionable, despite a small-print disclaimer at the foot of the ad.
Users of the digital currency derivative platform in the U.K. have until March 31 to close all their positions and withdraw their balances, according to Bybit.
The opening phases of the Wright v McCormack trial got underway this week, with the surprise return of Peter McCormack’s legal team.
United Kingdom’s financial watchdog has issued a public warning against Dalsari, which it says is an unregistered firm offering trading services in digital currencies.