Camomile Shumba

Camomile Shumba

Camomile Shumba is a CoinDesk regulatory reporter based in the UK. Previously, Shumba interned at Business Insider and Bloomberg. Camomile has featured in Harpers Bazaar, Red, the BBC, Black Ballad, Journalism.co.uk, Cryptopolitan.com and South West Londoner. Shumba studied politics, philosophy and economics as a combined degree at the University of East Anglia before doing a postgraduate degree in multimedia journalism. While she did her undergraduate degree she had an award-winning radio show on making a difference. She does not currently hold value in any digital currencies or projects.

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UK Law Enforcement Will Soon Have More Power to Seize Crypto Assets
The ability to take crypto used for crime, including terrorism, looks poised to take effect on April 26.
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Nigeria Government Demands $10B From Crypto Exchange Binance: BBC
A spokesperson for the president later denied an amount had been set, People's Gazette reported.
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Nigeria Detains Binance Executives as It Investigates the Crypto Exchange: Reports
The detentions are not necessarily arrests, a National Security spokesman told Bloomberg.
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FSB identifies crypto, tokenization and AI as priorities ahead of G20 meeting. (Benjamin Child/ Unsplash)
Crypto, Tokenization, AI Are Priorities for Monitoring, FSB Says Ahead of G20 Meeting
The Financial Stability Board plans to publish a status report on its crypto roadmap and a report on the financial stability implications of tokenization.
FSB identifies crypto, tokenization and AI as priorities ahead of G20 meeting. (Benjamin Child/ Unsplash)
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Craig Wright Admits to Editing Bitcoin White Paper Presented in COPA Trial
COPA's trial to find out whether or not Craig Wright is the pseudonymous creator of bitcoin Satoshi Nakamoto has completed its third week.
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England's Law Commission Seeks Views on Draft Legislation to Label Crypto as Property
The Law Commission also called for evidence on its project on digital assets and electronic trade documents in private international law.
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South Africa to Start Work on Stablecoin Regime, Will Start by Considering Use Cases
The Intergovernmental Fintech Working Group is also considering the effect of tokenization on domestic markets.
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Hong Kong Doubles Down on Stablecoin, OTC Rules Promise
Public consultations on stablecoins and over-the-counter trading are already in progress.
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Virginia Proposes a Mere $17,192 a Year for New Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Commission
The money is set to cover the costs associated with having meetings including travel expenses.
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COPA vs Craig Wright trial just completed its second week (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
Craig Wright Trial Includes Ninja Anecdote Cited as Proof He's Bitcoin Creator Satoshi
On Friday, Craig Wright's sister Danielle DeMorgan recounted how she once saw him dressed as a ninja and another time he was working in a room full of computers, evidence, she...
COPA vs Craig Wright trial just completed its second week (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)