The CEO of CoinSwitch shares his insights about the possibility of a cryptocurrency blanket ban in India.
A new international rule requiring digital asset operators to report transactions could spilt the crypto industry in two, argue two researchers.
The future of the U.S.’s federal securities regulator, and perhaps the direction of cryptocurrency policy, is up in the air. We game out the scenarios.
The regulator hopes the new three-strike rule will encourage BitLicense applicants to ensure they’ve taken its feedback on board.
The planned regulatory regime could include stricter rules for projects deemed “global stablecoins,” a subtle reference, possibly, to Libra.
Telegram has settled its six-month court case with the SEC, agreeing to pay $18.5 million in penalties and to notify the agency if it plans to issue another digital asset in the next three years.
The Bank for International Settlements appears to contradict its own prior statements in a new digital payments report.
While some exchanges left New York in the wake of its implementing the BitLicense, others say the regulatory regime have helped build market share and revenue.
Few states have developed their own cryptocurrency regulations – and none that did build a regulatory regime have followed the New York model.
The BitLicense was first proposed in 2013, but wasn’t implemented until mid-2015. CoinDesk outlines the major events in its history.