Browsing the "France" Tag

IBM Scores Nationwide Blockchain Deal With France’s Commercial Court Clerks

| Anna Baydakova

Court clerks across France will soon be recording changes in companies' legal status on a Hyperledger blockchain built by IBM.

French President Says Blockchain Could Put Europe at ‘Vanguard’ of Innovation

| Daniel Palmer

Emmanuel Macron has called for increased use of data technologies such as blockchain in the EU to benefit agriculture and consumers.

French Tobacco Retailers to Sell Bitcoin From January

| Yogita Khatri

Tobacconists in France are reportedly going to be selling bitcoin vouchers to the public from New Year.

France Accuses Intelligence Agent of Selling State Secrets for Bitcoin

| Nikhilesh De

A French security official was arrested last week on charges of selling state secrets and accepting bitcoin in return, local media sources say.

Major French Soccer Club Plans to Launch Its Own Cryptocurrency

| Wolfie Zhao

French soccer club Paris Saint-Germain is planning to issue its own cryptocurrency as a way to incentivize participation from its international fans.

France Wants to Extradite Alleged Bitcoin Money Launderer

| Madeline Meng Shi

France, joined United States and Russia, is seeking the extradition of the alleged bitcoin money launder Alexander Vinnik.

France Is Cutting the Tax Rate for Retail Crypto Traders

| Daniel Palmer

France is about to offer relief to amateur cryptocurrency investors, after a ruling by the country's Council of State.

G20 Reveals Names and Dates for Next Week’s Crypto Talks

| Nikhilesh De

Cryptocurrencies are "an important item" on the agenda for next week's G20 summit, documents show.

French Regulator Blacklists 15 Crypto Investment Websites

| Annaliese Milano

The Autorite des Marches Financiers has extended its blacklist of non-compliant investment companies to include crypto businesses.

French Regulator Says No to Online Crypto Derivatives Ads

| Annaliese Milano

France's market regulator says crypto derivatives fall under MiFID II regulation and that they should not be electronically marketed.