China’s Internet Censorship Agency To Implement Regulation For Blockchain Firms Next Month

Blockchain, News, Regulation | January 13, 2019 By:

The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), the country’s Internet censorship agency, has introduced new regulations for domestic blockchain firms.

In an online post, the CAC said that the final draft of regulations for blockchain firms that are operating in the country was reviewed and approved by the Office of the State Council’s Department of Internet Information and will become law on February 15.


Malta To Assist Government Of Vanuatu In Forming Blockchain Regulations

News | October 10, 2018 By:

The government of Malta has agreed to assist the Republic of Vanuatu in forming blockchain regulations.

The Vanuatu Daily Post reported that Ralph Regenvanu, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Vanuatu, attended Malta’s inaugural DELTA Summit to request assistance from the Maltese government in forming blockchain legislation upon instructions from the Council of Ministers (COM).