Japanese Regulators Grant Cryptocurrency Exchange License to Coincheck

Japan’s Financial Services Agency has issued an operating license to Coincheck, which lost $530 million due to a hack last year. Japan’s finance regulator, the Financial Services Agency (FSA), has granted full permission for cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck to continue operating in the country. Cointelegraph Japan reported on the development on Jan. 11, quoting an official […]

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China Introduces New Anti-Anonymity Regulations for Blockchain-Related Companies

China has introduced new guidelines seeking to eliminate anonymity in blockchain networks. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) has introduced new regulations for blockchain firms that are operating in the country. The announcement was published on the regulator’s website on Thursday, Jan. 10. According to the CAC, the guidelines, which will come into force on […]

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Japan’s Financial Regulator Denies Interest in Bitcoin ETF

Japan’s Financial Services Agency has denied that it is considering to allow Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Japan’s Financial Services Agency (FSA) has denied that it is considering allowing Bitcoin (BTC) exchange-traded funds (ETFs), Cointelegraph Japan reports Jan. 9. As Cointelegraph reported Monday, Bloomberg has recently published an article claiming that Japan’s FSA is considering the […]

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Colorado Considers Bill Giving Cryptocurrencies Limited Exemptions From Securities Laws

The bipartisan project to exempt crypto from securities laws is currently sitting before the Colorado State Senate’s Finance Committee. A new bill to exempt cryptocurrencies from some securities laws is currently under consideration by the Colorado Senate, documents released on Jan. 4 confirm. A bipartisan effort sponsored at Senate level by Republican Jack Tate and […]

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