Source : Coinmarketcap
Last Updated: 29th October 2018 (04:37 UTC)
The cryptocurrency industry is abuzz with excitement. At the center of attention is Bakkt, the cryptocurrency venture owned by NYSE parent company Intercontinental Exchange. It is expected that this new platform will offer Bitcoin futures trading. If things go according to plan, that regulatory approval could happen as early as next week.
Deutsche Bundesbank, Germany's central bank, and Deutsche Börse, owner of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, have completed a blockchain trial investigating the technology's potential in securities settlement.
The Financial Services Agency (FSA), Japan's finance regulator, has formally approved a cryptocurrency exchange association as a self-regulatory industry body.
Taiwan's "Crypto Congressman" continued his push for more modernized regulation around the tech by proposing new rules for token sales.
The Indian Supreme Court has set a deadline of two weeks for the country’s government to present its official position on cryptocurrencies, Indian newspaper The Economic Times (ET) reports Friday, Oct. 26.
Source : Coinbase
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