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The European Central Bank (ECB) and the Bank of Japan have announced the launch of a joint research project studying the possible uses of distributed ledger technology, with findings expected to...
The Federal Reserve has published a paper with the outcome of approximately 30 key industry stakeholder interviews, conducted by a Federal Reserve research team, with the aim of understanding the...
The Deutsche Bundesbank and Deutsche Börse have presented a functional prototype for the blockchain technology-based settlement of securities. This is the first outcome of the joint research of...
The South Korea Financial Services Commission, the Ministry of Strategy and Finance, the Bank of Korea, the Financial Supervisory Service, academics and legal experts held the fintech task force's...
Singapore’s top financial regulator has outlined several initiatives geared to position the city-state as a global smart financial centre, including reforms to licensing, open banking, centralised...
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has published regulatory sandbox guidelines which aim to provide an innovative technology environment where financial products and services can be tested...
Regulators have hinted that payment services underpinned by blockchain technology should be subject to consumer protection provisions, as fears around a lack of public risk awareness grow.
The Financial Market Authority (FMA) has warned consumers to use virtual currencies (VC) cautiously, especially with the VC-based business models that are not subject to supervision by the FMA....
The key risks and legal issues associated with blockchain technology might not be adequately dealt with through traditional regulatory approaches, a white paper for the Hong Kong financial...
A third of the firms ready to participate in the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) sandbox programme will use blockchain technology in the payments space, the UK regulator has revealed.

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