The U.K.'s financial regulator is allowing startups focused on blockchain and crypto assets into its regulatory sandbox for the first time.
Cryptocurrencies are "unlikely" to shake up the dominance of central banks and sovereign currencies, the EU's newest report says.
An industry group in Poland is attempting to challenge banks that have allegedly denied services for firms working with cryptocurrencies.
Malta's parliament has passed three bills on crypto assets and blockchain, in a big step toward its plan to become a "Blockchain Island."
Ukrainian authorities have arrested four individuals suspected of operating fake cryptocurrency exchanges.
The president of BaFin thinks blockchain-based applications are "revolutionary" and could turn the entire financial sector "upside down."
The U.K.'s Financial Conduct Authority has written to bank CEOs over the risks of "facilitating financial crimes which are enabled by cryptoassets."
Lithuania's Ministry of Finance has published guidance on ICOs, outlining how different aspects of token offerings should be regulated.
A city-level court in Russia has revoked a ban issued in 2016 that blocked cryptocurrency media site bitcoininfo.ru, among others.