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Luxembourg chamber of deputies, parliament
Luxembourg Passes Bill to Give Blockchain Securities Legal Status
Securities issued on blockchains in Luxembourg now have the same legal status as traditional securities, after the passing of a new bill.
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EU
Cryptocurrency Exchange BitFlyer Launches New EU Branch
Japan-based bitcoin exchange bitFlyer has opened a new EU branch after receiving regulatory approval in Luxembourg.
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Cambridge Blockchain Joins Government-Backed DLT Group in Luxembourg
Massachuetts-based digital identity startup Cambridge Blockchain is opening a new office in Paris.
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Luxembourg Regulators Issue Investor Warning Against OneCoin Scheme
Regulators in Luxembourg have released a warning about OneCoin, becoming the latest country to air concerns over the investment scheme.
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Investment Bank Affiliate Sells Shares for Cash in Blockchain Test
An affiliate of French corporate investment bank Natixis has sold shares to investors through a newly unveiled blockchain platform.
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Government-Backed Firm to Launch Blockchain IDs in Luxembourg
A major digital identity firm backed by the government of Luxembourg is building a new platform alongside US startup Cambridge Blockchain.
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Why a Quiet Blockchain Consortium Could Soon Make Noise
While high-profile consortiums are progressing to big fanfare, a small blockchain effort working quietly in Luxembourg could affect the whole world.
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Bitstamp Close to Securing European License for Bitcoin Exchange
One of the world’s largest bitcoin exchanges is reportedly close to an announcement with the Luxembourg government.
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Will Regulation Dictate the Location of the World’s Bitcoin Hub?
Former Luxembourg Cabinet minister Jean-Louis Schiltz examines whether it might be possible for one place to emerge as the world's bitcoin hub.
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Online anonymity
Bitcoin-Over-Tor Anonymity 'Can Be Busted for $2,500 a Month'
Researchers at the University of Luxembourg have found that using bitcoin over Tor leaves users open to privacy-busting attacks.
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