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«No sponsors. Content only» – the motto of Melonport’s blockchain-centric «M-1» conference taking place in the center of Crypto Valley in Zug, Switzerland, is as straightforward...
A country which has accomplished the goal of creating a reliable, solid and all-encompassing legal framework for blockchain is Liechtenstein.
Are world governments afraid of Bitcoin and avoiding cyptocurrencies alltogether? And if that is the case, then what are the reasons for it?
In some regions, the government proved to be more open to new technologies and launched the state-issued digital currencies of their own to provide the citizens...
Cyberspace Administration of China set to implement new regulations for blockchain companies operating within Chinese borders by February.
Over half of South Korea’s crypto exchanges failed to pass a recent government security check, according to a report by CoinDesk Korea.
There are signs that despite their decentralized nature, cryptocurrencies may not be beyond regulation. In fact, they may need regulation.
In a move to protect its citizens, China banned all ICO-related activities and initiated the inspection of 60 major cryptocurrency platforms.
Many people who got into the crypto never thought about taxation. Nevertheless, in 2014, the IRS issued a notice on cryptocurrency regulation.
The Federal Council of Switzerland will make use of the report submitted by the Blockchain working group earlier this year.