New Law May Encourage German Banks to Offer Crypto Services From 2020
With the passing of new legislation, banks in Germany may soon feel more confident to offer direct sales and custody of crypto assets.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has appointed a new head of the cyber unit that tackles crypto firms breaking the law.
Sri Lanka's Central Bank wants to use a blockchain system for local banks' "know-your-customer" protocols.
A panel of top U.S. financial regulators urged federal and state officials to monitor risks from digital assets like bitcoin.
Dutch crypto startups are crying foul as local regulators look to implement the EU 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive ahead of a Jan. 10 deadline.
The Bank of Russia has backed a potential ban on cryptocurrency payments, according to a state news agency.
The deputy secretary of the U.S. Treasury has raised the specter of a not-so-distant future when private digital currencies have stripped some of the power from governments. Policymakers will take a "hard look" at that, he said.