Why High-Profile Defections Aren’t Libra’s Biggest Challenge

Libra has lost another Association member, but according to @nlw that’s likely low on its worries list, plus Square’s LN efforts & TON’s SEC support. News broke yesterday the Libra Association had seen its eighth high-profile defection, this time from the telecom giant Vodafone. In today’s episode of The Breakdown, @nlw argues Association membership is […]

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Thai SEC Gives Nod to Crypto Exchange Zipmex with License

Cryptocurrency exchange Zipmex, which as of now works in Australia, Indonesia, and Singapore, has gotten the green light to operate in Thailand. The trade has acquired a permit from Thailand’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), as indicated by an announcement. Zipmex said it needed to meet a few stringent conditions to get the permit, including […]

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New Regulations Are Set To Throw The European Crypto Space Into Turmoil

Politicians and regulators are growing increasingly aware of the significance of blockchain assets, and have begun scrambling to create rules intended to reign in the open market activity that is a hallmark of crypto use. In Europe, the Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive (AMLD5) has now taken effect, which directly addresses a range of cryptocurrency-related issues. […]

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Now Reporting to the SEC, Grayscale Bitcoin Trust One Step Closer to Public Trading

Grayscale’s Bitcoin Trust now reports to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), putting it one step closer to public trading. The announcement Grayscale’s Bitcoin Trust manages investment in Bitcoin on behalf of investors, exposing them to the coin’s potential for gains while mitigating risks. The Jan. 21 announcement advertises the trust as the […]

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