Tag Archives: Regulation

11Mar/19

Texas Representative Wants to Ban the Anonymous Use of Cryptocurrency

A Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives, Phil Stephenson, has just introduced a bill that would require residents of the state to identify themselves if they wish to use cryptocurrencies.Read More…

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08Mar/19

German Finance Ministry Calls for Regulated Blockchain Securities Market

The German Ministry of Finance has recommended that the country recognize blockchain-based securities as a legitimate form of financial instrument and regulate them as such. In a paper published Friday, the agency saidRead More…

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08Mar/19

SEC’s ‘Crypto Mom’ Sees No Need for National Blockchain Policy

A notably blockchain-friendly member of the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) has pushed back on an industry lobbyist’s call for a coordinated national strategy for the technology. The Digital Chamber of Commerce’sRead More…

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08Mar/19

Connecticut Lawmakers Seek to Legalize Blockchain Smart Contracts

The U.S. state of Connecticut could soon legalize the use of blockchain smart contracts in business. The Commerce Committee of the Connecticut General Assembly filed house bill 7310 on Friday, proposing thatRead More…

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07Mar/19

Colorado Lawmakers Eye Blockchain Tech for Water Rights Management

Lawmakers in Colorado want the U.S. state to study the potential of blockchain technology in water rights management. Republican senator Jack Tate, along with representatives Jeni James Arndt (Democratic) and Marc CatlinRead More…

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06Mar/19

Israel Securities Authority Wants a Dedicated Token Exchange

An Israel Securities Authority (ISA) committee tasked with examining the regulation of crypto coin offerings has submitted its final recommendations today, March 6. They include the option of creating a dedicated platformRead More…

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05Mar/19

Indian Supreme Court Advocate Says Cryptocurrencies Cannot Be Regulated

A supreme court advocate has explained the limitations of the Indian government’s power to regulate cryptocurrency, determining that the court should not get involved. Meanwhile, the crypto community awaits the government’s regulatoryRead More…

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