Paxos’ DLT Settlement Platform Is Live With Credit Suisse and Instinet

Paxos, a New York-regulated financial firm and the issuer of Paxos Standard stablecoin, has launched its blockchain-based settlement platform with Credit Suisse and Instinet. Paxos, a New York-regulated financial firm and the issuer of a USD-pegged stablecoin, has launched its blockchain-based settlement platform. After announcing Paxos Settlement Service in late 2019, Paxos Trust Company has […]

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Dutch Authorities Arrest Two Men for Alleged Crypto Money Laundering

The Dutch Fiscal Intelligence and Investigation Service arrested two men for allegedly laundering money with cryptocurrencies. The Dutch Fiscal Intelligence and Investigation Service (FIOD) has arrested two men for allegedly laundering money with cryptocurrencies. According to a statement released by the International Revenue Service on Feb. 18, the two men were arrested on Feb. 17 […]

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Trump’s Proposed Budget Snubs Blockchain, Crypto in Crosshairs of Security Service

The Trump administration proposes boost to the Treasury’s capacity to police cryptocurrency space. Earlier this week, the word “cryptocurrency” made it to the text of one of the United States government’s most consequential strategic documents: the Trump administration’s budget proposal for the 2021 fiscal year. However, the budget does little to enhance blockchain-powered innovation, as it […]

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US Treasury Secretary Promises “Significant New Requirements” on Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency remains a political issue in the United States. Though the Democratic presidential race in the United States may have lost its most forward-thinking candidate when it comes to cryptocurrency, that doesn’t mean it’s not still a hot button issue across party lines. The number of patents and companies associated with cryptocurrencies and blockchains continues […]

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