Binance is working with authorities to get the necessary license in order to start exchanging cryptocurrencies to Euros.
A search of the trademark number on the UK’s official Intellectual Property Office website turned up a registration for the term ‘Bitcoin’ by people at A.B.C. IPHOLDINGS SOUTH WEST LLC.
The UK fiat trading platform LMAX is getting in on the cryptocurrency fun, launching an exchange designed for the growing market of institutional investors.
Centrica has begun trialing blockchains using distributed ledger technology to enhance the company’s Local Energy Market under its Exergy program.
Going by the name of “Courvoisier” online, Grant West allegedly concocted a series of cybercrimes directed at more than 100 companies between July and December 2015.
The latest statement from the Financial Conduct Authority specifies that cryptocurrency derivatives, under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II, can be defined as financial instruments.
Martin Lewis is suing Facebook in the UK High Court for defamation, claiming the social media network published well over 50 fake advertisements that used Lewis's image to promote a fake product or investment scams.
Initially to be restricted to professional traders, CMC’s cryptocurrency contracts for difference and spread betting products provide an investment similar to derivatives, allowing for greater trading flexibility and leverage.
Barclays allowed Coinbase to open an account with the bank, making it easier for British traders to move their crypto to fiat and vice versa.
The chief financial regulator in the UK is stepping up its scrutiny of ICOs, as it consider whether more legislative measures may be required.