Are cryptocurrencies securities? There is no statement defining whether or not digital currency will be categorized as securities by the U.S. government. With an announcement like this, we may be lead to believe there is a high probability the government can be closer to defining cryptocurrency as securities under the umbrella of cryptocurrency derivatives. What […]
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On May 23, the largest U.S. digital currency exchange Coinbase announced that it has acquired the decentralized exchange Paradex as part of Coinbase’s commitment to investing in decentralized infrastructure and its focus on international traders. Paradex is a decentralized exchange that enables traders to transact directly with each other through the use of smart contracts […]
The New York legislature is considering a bill that would establish a taskforce to study and make recommendations regarding crypto and other digital currencies. This action follows the New York Attorney General creating the Virtual Markets Integrity Initiative and a slow rollout of the BitLicense. The legislature in New York is currently considering a bill […]
Not wanting to miss the crypto boat, Québec’s government decided to resume selling power to crypto mining companies ahead of schedule. On Wednesday Le Journal de Montréal reported that the March 2018 ban on selling electricity to cryptocurrency miners has been lifted. This comes sooner than the 90-day expiration date originally set for the ban, […]
It was all a dream. After drawing rebukes from banking authorities, including the ECB president and Estonian central bank governor, Estcoin appears dead in the water. In the cryptocurrency echo chamber, social media users – and reporters – sometimes exaggerate claims of government adoption. As a journalist, it’s difficult to walk the line between covering […]
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