Bitcoin Stickers Attract Unwanted Attention from Authorities

News Bitcoin, while becoming more widely known and a little better understood among the general public, is still considered suspicious among rank and file security folk such as customs and airport agents. Security expert Matt Mitchell warns enthusiasts might want

Chinese Courts Face Hundreds of Crypto Cases, Struggle with Rulings

Regulation Falling crypto prices have been blamed for a growing number of crypto-related legal disputes in China. Unclear regulations and unofficial restrictions are making it harder for courts to resolve these cases. Many of them involve cryptocurrency trading which is

PR: Bibox Gains Swiss VQF License – Accelerating Global Expansion

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Fundraising Law, Jeju Island, Self-Directed IRAs

Crowdfunding In recent news pertaining to initial coin offerings (ICO) regulations, an EU report has advocated the regulation of ICOs according to crowdfunding legislation, the governor of Korea’s Jeju Island wants his jurisdiction to become a special economic zone regarding

Venezuela’s Constituent Assembly Drafts Law to Create Central Bank for Crypto

Regulation A member of the Venezuelan National Constituent Assembly has reportedly revealed that the assembly is preparing a reform to the country’s Constitution that includes a central bank for cryptocurrencies. This follows the Venezuelan government’s latest effort to tie the

Bitcoin in Brief Tuesday: The Tax Man Effect

Featured Bitcoin in Brief continues with the second day this week of mostly FOMO news. The biggest economy in the world faces the tax man today, as the United States and its crypto enthusiasts must atone for