As digital currencies and blockchain technologies evolve, so too will the ways in which they are regulated. As rulemakers look to impose limitations and innovators continue to work within (and outside of) these rules, we will keep readers up to date how the latest lines are being drawn.
Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs has sent letters to Coinbase, eToro and CEX.IO requesting client transaction data in an effort to curb tax evasion.
8/3/19: Bitcoin Magazine’s Week in Review brings you the most critical, interesting and popular Bitcoin news from this week.
The U.K.’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) released its final guidance on crypto assets regulation, which may boost activity in the sector.
An importer of cryptocurrency mining gear is reportedly under investigation for dodging $1.2 million in Russian customs fees.
In a Senate hearing this morning, lawmakers wrestled with the distinguishing features of Bitcoin and the need for clear crypto regulations.
The cryptocurrency investment firm XBTO International Limited has obtained a license allowing it to legally operate in Bermuda.
The IRS is sending those who have conducted cryptocurrency transactions reminders to pay the requisite taxes.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin forewarns “more regulations” on cryptocurrency.
The Thailand subsidiary of cryptocurrency exchange company Huobi Group has received one of the first digital asset licenses in the country.
Congress is set to take a deeper dive into crypto regulation during a crypto and blockchain technology hearing on July 30, 2019.
New York’s new task force and research and innovation division will help regulate crypto use and crypto companies.
By relocating its cryptocurrency exchange business to Bermuda, Circle can escape regulatory uncertainty in the U.S.
After months of speculative reports, official recommendations for crypto regulations have arrived in India.
According to research from CryptoUK, nearly three-quarters of crypto companies in the United Kingdom are forced to open foreign bank accounts.
7/20/19: Bitcoin Magazine’s Week in Review brings you the most critical, interesting and popular Bitcoin news from this week.
Despite mixed developments, a lawmaker in India has confirmed that the country has no cryptocurrency ban.
The Hangzhou Internet Court ruled that bitcoin is considered legal property under the law in China.
The CFTC investigation into BitMEX is the latest in a wider trend of U.S. regulators ramping up scrutiny of cryptocurrency companies.
Following adoption later this month, France is set to approve the first group of firms under its new crypto regulation.
SCXM has been authorized as a platform for large financial institutions and trading firms, and Zero Hash will serve as a money transmitter.
Today, Libra project head David Marcus testified in front of the United States Senate Banking Committee on Facebook’s planned Libra “cryptocurrency.”