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BitLicense Architect Ben Lawsky Joins Ripple Board

| Nikhilesh De

Ben Lawsky, the former New York Superintendent of Financial Services who spearheaded the BitLicense regulatory framework while in office, has joined…

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NY Bitcoin Businesses Now Have 45 Days to Apply for BitLicense

| Stan Higgins

The NYDFS has officially adopted the BitLicense as of its publication in the New York State Register today.


Final BitLicense Proves Divisive Milestone in US Bitcoin Regulation

| Pete Rizzo

With the passage of New York's final BitLicense proposal, CoinDesk seeks responses from the digital currency community on the law and its impact.

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New York Releases Final BitLicense

| Pete Rizzo

NYDFS superintendent Benjamin Lawsky released details of the final Bitlicense today, following a two-year inquiry by the New York regulator.

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Report: Lawsky to Consult on Digital Currencies After Leaving NYDFS

| Stan Higgins

A new report suggests Benjamin M Lawsky will seek to advise clients on matters relating to digital currency when he leaves office in late June.


Lawsky: BitLicense Will Be Finalized By End of May

| Stan Higgins

New York's finalized BitLicense regulation is expected to be released by the end of May.

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NYDFS Expects Final BitLicense ‘Very Soon’

| Pete Rizzo

Two weeks after closing a final round of comment, the NYDFS suggests it's moving forward to release the final BitLicense "very soon".

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Bitcoin Advocates Back Petition for BitLicense Safe Harbor Provision

| Pete Rizzo

More than 70 digital currency industry businesses and execs are backing a petition meant to ease onerous components of New York's BitLicense.


Breaking Down New York’s Latest BitLicense Revision

| Pete Rizzo

The New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) released the latest draft version of of its BitLicense proposal.


New York State Releases Revised BitLicense Proposal

| Pete Rizzo

The New York State Department of Financial Services has released a revised version of its BitLicense proposal.