Browsing the "Regulation" Tag

When the Tide Goes Out: Big Questions for Crypto in 2019

| Gary Gensler

After this year’s wild market ride and many failed projects, what might cryptocurrency mean for money and finance in 2019 and beyond?

EU Parliament Calls for Action on Blockchain Adoption in Trade

| Yogita Khatri

The European Parliament has called for measures that would prepare the region to use blockchain to benefit trade.

Crypto-Friendly Money App Revolut Wins EU Banking License

| Yogita Khatri

Revolut, provider of a mobile finance app that offers crypto trading, has been granted a banking license from the European Central Bank.

Romper Room to White Linen: Saying Goodbye to Crypto’s Infant Anarchy

| Sheila Bair

As the crypto markets have matured, they've seen increasing acceptance with traditional finance and regulators, but there's still a way to go.

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The Future of ICOs: In the Hands of Regulators or Innovators?

| William Mougayar

What is the future of initial coin offerings? One of the movements early leaders suggests the market might be at a tipping point.

UK Crypto Exchanges Pose Low Money Laundering Risk, Says Global Watchdog

| Yogita Khatri

Crypto exchanges in the U.K. pose a “low” risk for money laundering and terrorist financing, says a report from the Financial Action Task Force.

ICOs Are ‘Effective Way’ to Raise Capital If Rules Are Followed: SEC Chairman

| Yogita Khatri

SEC chairman Jay Clayton has said that ICOs can be an "effective way" to raise capital, but securities laws must be followed.

Why You Shouldn’t Fear the Blockchain Regulators

| Kevin Werbach

Calls for regulation do not represent the end of cryptocurrency innovation; they signal blockchain’s ongoing maturation, a legal expert argues.

US Congressmen Introduce Two Bills to Prevent Crypto Price Manipulation

| Yogita Khatri

Two U.S. Congressmen have introduced bipartisan bills to prevent crypto price manipulation and boost acceptance of the tech.

7 Southern EU Nations Unite to Take Lead on Blockchain Adoption

| Yogita Khatri

Seven EU member nations have come together to promote the use of blockchain tech to boost government services and economic well-being.