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ECSDA (European Central Securities Depositories Association submitted a response to the European Securities and Markets Authority, Call for evidence: Investment using virtual currency or...
DBT Labs submitted a response to the European Securities and Markets Authority, Call for evidence: Investment using virtual currency or distributed ledger technology dated July 21, 2015. The...
CFA Institute submitted a response to the European Securities and Markets Authority, Call for evidence: Investment using virtual currency or distributed ledger technology dated July 21, 2015. The...
NxtLegal.org submitted a response to the European Securities and Markets Authority, Call for evidence: Investment using virtual currency or distributed ledger technology dated July 20, 2015. The...
Tradernet Limited submitted a response to the European Securities and Markets Authority, Call for evidence: Investment using virtual currency or distributed ledger technology dated May 15, 2015....
Intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A submitted a response to the European Securities and Markets Authority, Call for evidence: Investment using virtual currency or distributed ledger technology dated July, 2015....
Deutsche Bank submitted a response to the European Securities and Markets Authority, Call for evidence: Investment using virtual currency or distributed ledger technology dated July 21, 2015. The...
The tide could be starting to turn for Bitcoin in Argentina, after the city government of Buenos Aires gathered experts to discuss potential regulatory approaches to crypto-currency.
Ana Badour and Claire Gowdy of McCarthy Tétrault law firm take a look at steps the federal government and Quebec government have taken to implement virtual currency regulation in Canada and the...
Deutsche Bank and BNP Paribas are the two latest financial giants to display interest in Bitcoin and blockchain technology, with the latter declaring “total disruption” highly likely.

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