The government of Gibraltar has released a white paper detailing its plans for the regulation of tokens and token sales.
IMF head Christine Lagarde has argued that regulators could use blockchain technology itself to regulate cryptocurrencies
Cryptocurrency mining is perfectly legal in Europe and only subject to standard electricity rules, according to an EU commissioner.
The European Commission said it will host a Fintech Lab to foster emerging technologies including blockchain starting from Q2 2018.
Steve Bannon, the former White House strategist and right-wing firebrand, is now touting the liberating potential of cryptocurrency and blockchain.
North Carolina deems passive mining pool “shares” are unregistered securities.
The head of the Bank of England has said that the institution will step up its efforts to combat cryptocurrency money laundering.
A self-governing banking association in Lithuania just issued a warning to residents regarding the risks of investing in cryptocurrencies.
Austria is drawing up cryptocurrency regulations, using as a model existing rules for the trading of gold and derivatives.
France’s market regulator says crypto derivatives fall under MiFID II regulation and that they should not be electronically marketed.
The U.K. Treasury Committee has today announced that it will conduct an investigation into issues around cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology.
Top officials say Gibraltar will let the market determine what ‘good’ ICOs look like, and hinted that crypto investment fund regulation is to come.
The Finnish government has released guidelines prescribing how authorities must handle the 2,000 bitcoin confiscated since 2016.
Lithuania’s central bank has said it is probing Bankera’s initial coin offering after determining that the token offered counts as a security.
Switzerland’s financial regulator has released new guidelines indicating it will treat some initial coin offerings (ICOs) as securities.
Austrian authorities are pursuing suspects across Europe in an alleged bitcoin scam that led to millions of dollars in losses for investors.