Dutch Financial Authorities Plan Licensing Scheme for Crypto Exchanges
Financial authorities in the Netherlands plan a licensing scheme for crypto exchanges and wallet providers to lower the risk of financial crimes.
The exchange now operates in 31 U.S. states and the District of Columbia after obtaining licenses in seven new jurisdictions.
The government of Pakistan is putting in place regulations that will see digital currency firms licensed to combat illicit uses of the technology.
Robinhood, a stocks, ETFs and crypto investment app, has been given the green light to operate as a broker by a U.K. regulator.
Japan's Financial Service Agency has licensed a cryptocurrency exchange being rebranded and relaunched by internet giant Rakuten.
Pennsylvania's government has clarified that crypto exchanges and providers do not require a money transmission license to operate.