Browsing the "Luxembourg" Tag

Luxembourg Passes Bill to Give Blockchain Securities Legal Status

| Daniel Palmer

Securities issued on blockchains in Luxembourg now have the same legal status as traditional securities, after the passing of a new bill.

Cryptocurrency Exchange BitFlyer Launches New EU Branch

| Sujha Sundararajan

Japan-based bitcoin exchange bitFlyer has opened a new EU branch after receiving regulatory approval in Luxembourg.

Cambridge Blockchain Joins Government-Backed DLT Group in Luxembourg

| Stan Higgins

Massachuetts-based digital identity startup Cambridge Blockchain is opening a new office in Paris.

Luxembourg Regulators Issue Investor Warning Against OneCoin Scheme

| Rachel Rose O'Leary

Regulators in Luxembourg have released a warning about OneCoin, becoming the latest country to air concerns over the investment scheme.

Investment Bank Affiliate Sells Shares for Cash in Blockchain Test

| Stan Higgins

An affiliate of French corporate investment bank Natixis has sold shares to investors through a newly unveiled blockchain platform.

Government-Backed Firm to Launch Blockchain IDs in Luxembourg

| Stan Higgins

A major digital identity firm backed by the government of Luxembourg is building a new platform alongside US startup Cambridge Blockchain.

gong, loud

Why a Quiet Blockchain Consortium Could Soon Make Noise

| Noelle Acheson

While high-profile consortiums are progressing to big fanfare, a small blockchain effort working quietly in Luxembourg could affect the whole world.


Bitstamp Close to Securing European License for Bitcoin Exchange

| Pete Rizzo

One of the world’s largest bitcoin exchanges is reportedly close to an announcement with the Luxembourg government.


Will Regulation Dictate the Location of the World’s Bitcoin Hub?

| Jean-Louis Schiltz

Former Luxembourg Cabinet minister Jean-Louis Schiltz examines whether it might be possible for one place to emerge as the world's bitcoin hub.

Online anonymity

Bitcoin-Over-Tor Anonymity ‘Can Be Busted for $2,500 a Month’

| Joon Ian Wong

Researchers at the University of Luxembourg have found that using bitcoin over Tor leaves users open to privacy-busting attacks.