Stringent regulatory policies in South Korea could force many small- and medium-sized crypto exchanges out of the country.
Crypto growing to a $1.6 trillion market without adequate regulations is a major worry for the head of Italy’s stock market oversight agency.
A further tightening of cryptocurrency regulation in South Korea is underway, with new rules for banks and crypto exchange operators.
Strong retail interest in crypto has driven South African regulators to rethink how they classify cryptocurrencies.
Dutch finance minister Wopke Hoekstra is confident that supervision is more effective than banning crypto outright.
Remittance firms operating in El Salvador appear reluctant to support Bitcoin despite the country's new law mandating the crypto asset as legal tender.
Tanzania’s president wants the country’s central bank to begin exploring Bitcoin and digital assets.
El Salvador has become the first country to make Bitcoin legal tender, but what are the complexities and potential short-term effects?
Local exchanges now have until July 11 to update their rules for listing tokens in order to be in compliance with SEC guidelines.
The NY state assembly needs to approve any bill or propose amendments before it can be signed into law by Governor Andrew Cuomo.