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Russian Businesses Urge Government to Approve Only Domestic Cryptocurrencies

Regulation One of Russia’s leading public associations of entrepreneurs has sent a proposal to their government asking them to approve only domestic cryptocurrencies in their upcoming cryptocurrency legislation.Also read: Putin Orders the Issue of Russia’s National Cryptocurrency – the CryptorubleProposal to GovernmentState Duma Building.T

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

Putin Confirms Russia Will Regulate Cryptocurrencies

Regulation Following the meeting with Vladimir Putin, Russian regulators announced that cryptocurrencies will officially be regulated in Russia. The central bank and the finance ministry will now work together to come up with one draft law to provide a basic regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies including bitcoin, which is expected by the year’

Potential Factors That Will Likely Drive Bitcoin Price to $10,000 Interim Target

The Bitcoin price is en route to achieving a new all-time high, as it nears the $5,000 region. Over the past three days, the Bitcoin price has increased from $4,330 to $4,893, leading analysts to establish an interim target of $10,000.In the short and mid-term, the price of Bitcoin heavily depends on three major factors: the performance of major markets including Japan and South Korea, the rate of

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StartupToken Tour Offers Unique Chance to Meet Founders of Innovative Blockchain Startups in Asia in October

StartupToken is bridging the gap between blockchain entrepreneurs and potential token buyers via a series of events in Asia called the “StartupToken Asia Tour” starting on October 17th in Singapore.Over the last 12 months we have seen an explosion in the offerings of new tokens or ICO’s (Initial Coin Offerings) with nearly US$2bn collected as proceeds of token sales. An increasing number of

Singapore to Regulate Crypto-Based Businesses, Not Cryptocurrency Itself

Regulation Mr. Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister, Coordinating Minister for Economic and Social Policies, and Chairman of Singapore’s financial watchdog, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), has responded to a question pertaining to MAS’s assessments and regulatory intentions regarding cryptocurrencies and initial

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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

Taiwan’s FSC Chairman Opposes Heavy-Handed Cryptocurrency Regulations

Regulation Wellington Koo, the Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) chairman, today expressed his desire for Taiwan to emulate Japan’s cryptocurrency regulations, also suggesting that he does not wish to adopt a heavy-handed legislative approach to ICOs. The statements have been made in the lead up to Taiwan’s “Financial Innovation Experiment

Chinese Media Calls for “Zero Tolerance” on Crimes Involving Cryptocurrencies

Regulation Xinhua News Agency reporter Pan Ye has published an editorial piece calling for regulators to take a “zero tolerance” approach to crimes involving or facilitated by cryptocurrencies. Despite the article’s firm tone, a list of regulatory recommendations is made in the piece, including “licensing” and other provisions indicative of

Hong Kong Exchange Tidebit Seeks to Capitalize Upon Chinese Cryptocurrency Crackdown

Markets and Prices Hong Kong-based bitcoin exchange Tidebit is actively seeking to attract Chinese investors who have been forced from China’s markets after the central government’s recent cryptocurrency crackdown. For Tidebit, the crackdown comprises a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to expand its operations by capitalizing upon the exodus of cap

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