Source : Coinmarketcap
Last Updated: 10th December 2018 (04:16 AM UTC)
Japan’s financial regulator is set to introduce new Initial Coin Offering (ICO) regulations to protect investors from fraud.
Authorities in South Africa are seeking comments on proposed policy changes that could, among other things, offer cryptocurrencies regulatory certainty.
Chile’s Minister of Finance Felipe Larrain claims that a group of state institutions “is making progress” in developing crypto regulation.
The Indian government panel appointed to recommend cryptocurrency measures has reportedly submitted its report to the country’s finance minister, suggesting a new legal framework for cryptocurrencies.
An influential Ukrainian parliamentary committee has thrown its support behind a draft proposal that could result in the introduction of a flat 5% tax rate on cryptocurrency transactions.
Source : Coinbase
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