Chinese City Warns Investors: Crypto Isn’t Blockchain
One Chinese city has a stern warning for investors: make sure you are not investing in crypto masquerading as blockchain.
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Lagarde said the ECB will continue researching CBDCs and will not stand in the way of any private initiatives.
New Hampshire legislators have scrapped a bill that would have allowed state agencies to accept cryptocurrencies for tax payments.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the Muslim world needs its own cryptocurrency to fight American economic domination in international trade and cut reliance on the dollar.
Lukka, one of the first accounting firms for digital assets, is offering tax preparation services to retail crypto investors starting on Jan. 15.