In 2015, the President of Republic of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev announced the “100 Concrete Steps” Plan of the Nation to implement the five institutional reforms.
A proposal for legislation containing regulatory guidelines for cryptocurrencies has been submitted to the Ukrainian Parliament. The bill was proposed by Konstantin Yarmolenko, advisor to the head of Ukraine’s State Agency for E-Governance.
First filed on October 6, the bill outlines the rules for exchange services,
The Financial Stability Board (FSB) of Slovenia has issued a warning on digital currencies and initial coin offerings (ICO). The move follows similar warnings issued by global financial regulators, which include agencies from China, Singapore, Canada, Malaysia and the US, among others.
ShapeShift enables users to trade any blockchain asset with another. With no login accounts required,
Cryptocurrency exchange Gatecoin will soon delist all tokens that the Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) categorizes as securities.
Last month, the SFC issued a guidance on how cryptocurrencies, issued via initial coin offerings (ICO), may fall under the definition of securities.
Blockchain technology firm Templum and affiliate broker-dealer Liquid M Capital are creating a new regulated platform for token-trading focused on the US market.
Liquid M Capital is a financial technology company and broker-dealer registered with the SEC and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).
Blockchain personal finance platform Wirex has developed a multi-asset off-chain liquidity network to enable low-cost instant payments on a global scale.
Called W-Pay, the service was developed to provide merchants, liquidity providers, small businesses and trading platforms with instant global multi-currency payment solutions.
The Australian government has introduced a bill to remove double taxation of cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin. The bill will formally codify a ruling made earlier this year and will be retroactive to July 1 on transactions and supplies once passed by both houses of Parliament.
Cyprus-regulated ForEx and CFD broker FxPrimus has added trading support for five of the most popular cryptocurrencies on its platform. The newly added cryptocurrencies are bitcoin, ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin and Dash.
The cryptocurrencies can be traded as contracts for differences (CFD),