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Australian Bitcoin Adoption Increases Following Regulatory Amendments

Markets and Prices In recent months, the Australian government has sought to amend its bitcoin regulations – which were previously notoriously unfavorable to businesses and individuals seeking to use and adopt cryptocurrency. The Australian cryptocurrency industries have since shown signs of significant growth, with many industry insiders attributi

South Korea Prepares to Tax Bitcoin Use

Regulation South Korea is preparing to tax bitcoin use after the cryptocurrency’s trading volume skyrocketed past that of Kosdaq. Han Seung-hee, the commissioner of the country’s National Tax Service, told lawmakers this weekend that the issue of how to best tax cryptocurrencies is being discussed, including the areas of capital gains tax, t

Bitcoin Illegal in Nepal? Police Arrest Seven Individuals for Trading Operations

Regulation This week seven individuals were arrested for running illegal bitcoin exchange operations in Nepal. According to Nepal’s Central Investigation Bureau (CIB), the suspects were trading bitcoins without authorization and the agency’s Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), Jeevan Kumar Shrestha says this is one of the first cryptocurrency


Bitcoin Exchanges in Mexico Prepare for new Regulatory Measures

Regulating Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is a near impossible job. Not just because traditional rules don’t apply, but the lack of centralization makes regulatory measures impossible by default Over in Mexico there are plans in motion to introduce Bitcoin regulation in the near future. Although this idea has been present for several months, nothing tangible was ever presented. That situatio

Coinbase Co-Founder Eyes New Zealand Bitcoin Market

Economics Local media has reported that Fred Ehrsam, co-founder of Coinbase, intends to meet with New Zealand financial regulators to discuss the possibility of launching operations in NZ. Ehrsam will visit New Zealand after having been chosen for the first intake of the Edmund Hillary Fellowship.Also Read: Professor Urges New Zealand Government


Singaporean Cryptocurrency Users See Bank Accounts Getting Closed by Financial Institutions

Cryptocurrency users around the world often suffer from banking issues. More specifically, a lot of financial institutions tend to close bank accounts related to cryptocurrency. Although such harsh actions have become less apparent, they can still occur now and then. Over in Singapore, various firms and consumers have seen bank accounts being closed for no apparent reason. This seemingly indicates

Regulations Round-Up: Bitcoin Bad in Ukraine and Indonesia, ICOs Reviewed in Thailand

Regulation In recent days, several governments have issued statements pertaining to bitcoin regulations. The Indonesian and Ukrainian central banks have clarified that bitcoin will not be recognized as a means of payment, whilst Thailand’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC Thailand) has made preliminary statements regarding initial

Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges May Face Stricter Regulation and Licensure

Regulation Over the past week, bitcoiners everywhere have been focused on the speculative news of China ‘banning’ bitcoin and wondering if the stories were true. According to recent reports from local media and the country’s National Internet Finance Association (NIFA), bitcoin is not ‘illegal,’ but exchanges may face tighter regu

Xero to Offer Cross-Border Payments Through Bitcoin Partnership With Veem

Services Cloud-based accounting software company Xero has announced that its users can now send cross-border payments using bitcoin technology thanks to a partnership with B2B payments company, Veem. The solidifies a strong year for Veem, who in 2017, having raised $24 million USD, rebranded to Veem from Align Commerce, and integrated their

Korean Court Rules Bitcoin Cannot Be Confiscated

Regulation A South Korean district court has ruled for the first time regarding the nature of digital currencies. In the case where 216 bitcoins were seized by the police as criminal proceeds, the court ruled that it is inappropriate to confiscate bitcoins.Also read:South Korea to Dispose of 216 Bitcoins in First Public AuctionThe Court