Regulation News Articles

Crypto News Roundup: Cryptocurrency Act Of 2020

It seems that 2020 has a lot of cryptocurrency regulation in stock for the ommunity. What to expect and which stories you should follow? We have a short list here

December 27, 2019 — Bitcoin Chaser

What Will Happen With Crypto In 2020?

After an eventful 2019, the bulls are still reeling, Bitcoin dominance seems to have hit a peak, regulation is looming and corporations are hyping their centralized coins, but what will happpen with crypto in 2020?

December 19, 2019 — John Gonzales

Can Privacy Coins Survive Regulation?

Governments around the world are successfully putting pressure on cryptocurrency exchanges to delist privacy coins due to compliance concerns and AML regulation. Will it work?

December 13, 2019 — Bitcoin Chaser

Proposed Legislation To Criminalize Crypto In India

The tyrannical nature of government is prevalent even in countries that are categorized as democracies. A proposed bill to criminalize cryptocurrency in India proves as much

June 10, 2019 — Bitcoin Chaser

Decentralized Stablecoin Basis Shutting Down

Can regulation be overbearing? Definitely! The cryptocurrency space has had its fair share and Basis is the latest example of how too much regulation stifles innovation

December 19, 2018 — Ilona Silberman

India Puts The Brakes On Cryptocurrency

More push back on cryptocurrencies, this time from India. BTC withdrawals to bank accounts have been suspended & new regulation is being worked out. In the meantime, the people in India are suffering the consequences

July 5, 2018 — Tabassum Naiz

US And Canadian Regulators Launch Operation Crypto Sweep

As US regulators and their Canadian counterparts launch operation Crypto Sweep, the language and the scope of the investigation leave the cryptocurrency community wondering about the real intention of the crack down

May 22, 2018 — Tabassum Naiz

Thai Government Enacts Cryptocurrency Capital Gains Tax

Cryptocurrency taxation has become a hot topic for governments around the world. Thailand’s government decided to tackle the issue by instituting a capital gains tax and VAT on transactions

May 16, 2018 — Tabassum Naiz

Australia Bans Cash Payments Over $7,500 USD

From France all the way to Australia, governments are keen on limiting the use of cash. They might get to a point where they ban it altogether, which has an adverse effect on individual freedom and possibly cryptocurrency adoption

May 14, 2018 — Kirsty Gordon

Pin It on Pinterest