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A ruling by U.S. financial crime authorities could mean a range of businesses using blockchain technology are subject to money transmission regulations, even if they do not carry out “traditional”...
Crypto-currency experts at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) believe regulatory attitudes towards Bitcoin are softening but the “most important” disruption to modern financial services is blockchain...
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) has ruled that businesses using blockchain technology to transfer precious metals should be considered money transmitters. Companies must assess...
A start-up driving the Isle of Man’s plans to become a dominant force in blockchain-based regulatory technology believes the trend is about to catch fire across the globe.
Stop us if you have heard this one before, but another set of financial giants have proclaimed blockchain technology the industry’s biggest disruptor to date, despite regulatory uncertainty and...
On April 22, 2015, the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) issued a call for evidence to determine the use, distribution and technology of virtual currencies.ESMA focuses on three...
 The following companies submitted a response to the HM Treasury digital currencies inquiry dated March, 2015....
Thomas Curry, comptroller of the currency, gave a speech at the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago in Illinois on August 7, 2015 about innovation in the financial sector, virtual currencies and...
A new U.S. taskforce is being assembled to monitor regulatory implications of new advances in banking, from Bitcoin to blockchains and mobile payments.

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