Hans-Ole Jochumsen, who retired the last fall as Vice Chairman of NASDAQ Europe, has joined the advisory board of Concordium Foundation, the…
An Abu Dhabi financial center and KPMG say they have successfully completed a trial of a blockchain-based know-your-customer application.
Cryptocurrency exchanges will likely have to reckon with VPN access as part of any regulatory or law enforcement actions for market manipulation.
Binance, the biggest cryptocurrency exchange by trading volume, is rolling out new software to aid detection of potentially illicit transactions.
From ShapeShift's capitulation to KYC to the New York Attorney General's critical look at exchanges, officialdom is striking heavy blows. Stay tuned.
Cryptocurrency exchange ShapeShift's decision to require user ID wasn't forced upon it but was a preemptive step to reduce legal risks, its CEO said.
In order to make public networks secure enough for enterprise use, two key things must happen, says EY's Paul Brody.
If our goal is mass adoption, blockchain and crypto firms should work closely with regulators and come up with new ways to solve big thorny problems.
Anti-money-laundering and know-your-customer practices have cost many billions more than all ICO scams put together – yet, what they have produced?
Around 40 participants have trialed a "self-sovereign" know-your-customer application that gives customers more control over their data.