Source : Coinmarketcap
Last Updated: 5th November 2018 (05:11 AM UTC)
Taiwan’s legislature has passed amendments to existing anti-money laundering (AML) and counter terrorism financing (CFT) laws to place new requirements on crypto exchanges. The development was reported by FocusTaiwan, the English language news website of Taiwan's national news agency, on Nov. 2.
The Financial Services Agency (FSA), Japan's finance regulator, has formally approved a cryptocurrency exchange association as a self-regulatory industry body.
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.
Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) will propose a regulatory regime known as a "sandbox" for crypto exchanges in the Asian financial hub, its Chief Executive Ashley Alder said on Thursday.
Sweden’s central bank, the Riksbank, has moved its central bank digital currency (CBDC) project called e-krona a step forward by proposing a test aiming to choose the appropriate technology as well as to see how e-krona can fulfill several parameters including scalability and security.
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