Liechtenstein's government is drafting blockchain legislation, but will not be heavy-handed, Prime Minister Adrian Hasler has told CoinDesk.
If cryptocurrency gains acceptance as a means of exchange, it’s sure to raise the ire of governments hungry for revenue from sales taxes.
The Malta Gaming Authority has published draft regulations for digital game companies that want to use distributed ledger or blockchain platforms.
The U.K.'s Financial Conduct Authority has warned investors over an unregistered brokerage that appears to be offering crypto-related derivatives.
Enquiries around blockchain, cryptocurrency and ICOs in Switzerland have increased significantly, according the country's financial regulator, FINMA.
The EU markets watchdog has agreed a temporarily change in the leverage limts for cryptocurrency derivative contracts in the region.
John Glen, the U.K. minister who oversees the financial sector, says regulation could lead to "a stable, flourishing" crypto exchange in London.
Ireland’s Department of Finance has proposed the creation of a blockchain working group to help form cohesive regulation across government agencies.
The U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, will reveal a "crypto assets task force" Thursday. It will tackle the tech's risks and benefits.
A little-known British crypto company has already turned XRP futures into a budding business worth over $30 million a month.