Source : Coinmarketcap
Last Updated: 17th December 2018 (03:40 AM UTC)
The Netherlands is seeking to regulate cryptocurrency companies, supposedly in a bid to prevent money laundering and alleged terrorist financing.
Spanish ruling party Partido Popular (PP) will introduce a draft bill on cryptocurrencies and blockchain regulation in a few days.
The Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) has prepared draft rules designed to regulate digital assets and certain aspects of the country’s crypto industry.
South Korean crypto exchanges and politicians gather together to debate on the regulatory scope for the local digital assets market.
Bank Negara Malaysia and Securities Commission Malaysia have issued a joint statement to elaborate on their policy for regulating cryptocurrency trading and ICOs.
Source : Coinbase
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