Goldfajn argued that the people who are investing in digital currencies are just interested in the same kind of returns like those being chased by investors in pyramid fraud.
Canada’s central bank is gearing up for the next phase of its “Project Jasper” blockchain research initiative, according to a new announcement.
The president of Brazil’s central bank compared bitcoin to a financial scam, according to newly published statements.
Russia’s president Vladimir Putin has reportedly ordered the issue of the national cryptocurrency, the “cryptoruble.” The Russian Minister of Communications and Mass Media has revealed some details of this new currency. Also read: Putin Confirms Russia Will Regulate Cryptocurrencies Putin’s Executive Order Russia’s Minister of Communications and Mass Media, Nikolay Nikiforov, said at a closed meeting […]
Blockchain technology assets being embraced by the State Bank of Mauritius as a way to collateralize loans.
The status of cryptocurrency could soon become official in India as the central bank hints rules are in progress. Find out more in the Cointelegraph article.
The head of digital currency research at the People’s Bank of China offered up new critiques of bitcoin today, arguing it will never pass muster as a currency.
Lithuania’s central bank has published a new position note on the legality of cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings (ICOs).
The concept of banning Bitcoin altogether makes no sense whatsoever. No government or other parties can prohibit people from using something that can’t be controlled or regulated. In Malaysia, that realization will hopefully set in soon enough. A…
Most cryptocurrency enthusiasts are well aware that the Bitcoin situation in Russia is very complicated at best. That is anything but surprising, given the wide spectrum of actions and opinions on cryptocurrency in the country right now. In the latest effort, Russia’s central bank effectively prevented one of the country’s main clearinghouses from settling OTC contracts based on cryptocurrencies. […]
Complete ban of virtual currencies is essentially impossible, but Malaysian government could make things much more difficult.
Senior economic opinion remains bearish on Bitcoin getting an ‘official’ badge in India.
Bahrain is “open to Bitcoin” in response, stated Rumaihi to a query made at the MIT Innovation Forum last Wednesday in the country’s capital city Manama.
Over 12 governments and currency systems in the Caribbean region connected by a new Blockchain payments startup.
“I am willing to cooperate with the regulators to eliminate those coins”: China’s Yunbi Bitcoin exchange founder