Alleged bitcoin launderer Alexander Vinnik, who is wanted by several countries, has filed in Greece for extradition to Russia.
The U.K. Parliament has been presented demos of real-world blockchain applications designed to educate policymakers.
Malta is turning to crypto sleuthing startup CipherTrace for technical help addressing the risk of financial crimes in its digital asset industry.
Blockchain adoption will be led by permissioned platforms focused on specific use cases or user bases, according to a new EU report.
Three-quarters of U.K. consumers don’t know what a cryptocurrency is or can’t define it, according to a survey by the nation’s financial regulator.
Emmanuel Macron has called for increased use of data technologies such as blockchain in the EU to benefit agriculture and consumers.
Coinbase has acquired blockchain analytics startup Neutrino as part of a push to offer more diverse crypto assets.
The German government is soliciting industry feedback ahead of developing a blockchain strategy by summer, according to Reuters.
Securities issued on blockchains in Luxembourg now have the same legal status as traditional securities, after the passing of a new bill.
London-based OTC firm B2C2 has just been authorized by the U.K.’s financial watchdog to offer cryptocurrency contracts for difference (CFDs).
Almost all of roughly $11 million-worth of iota tokens alleged to have been stolen by a British man have been found.
The Italian government could soon amend a law to allow legalized blockchain verification of documents.
An investigation by Europol and other police agencies has led to the arrest of a British suspect allegedly behind a spate of crypto thefts.
The U.K.’s Financial Conduct Authority has proposed guidance for how various crypto assets should be regulated in the country.
Financial authorities in the Netherlands plan a licensing scheme for crypto exchanges and wallet providers to lower the risk of financial crimes.
The differences between U.S. and EU approaches to crypto asset regulation are even more complicated than they appear, writes Noelle Acheson.
The Danish Tax Agency has got the green light to collect trader information from local cryptocurrency exchanges to see if they are paying their dues.
Two top European finance regulators, the EBA and the ESMA, have separately said today that cryptocurrency and ICO rules are needed at the EU level.
The Italian government has published a list of 30 experts brought together to develop the nation’s blockchain strategy.
U.K. tax body HMRC has provided an in-depth explanation of how cryptocurrency users should pay taxes on their holdings.