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Poloniex settles charges with SEC for operating unregistered exchange

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The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued a ruling ordering the payment of a fine of over $ 10 million by the...

New bill in Ukraine to allow payments in cryptocurrency, says official

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According to the data, Ukraine is preparing to legalize payment for goods and services in cryptocurrencies. This was stated by Deputy Minister of Digital...

Mike Novogratz blasts US officials for poor grasp of crypto industry

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Mike Novogratz, an American trader, hedge fund manager, former owner of the investment firm Fortress Investment Group and CEO of Galaxy Digital, said that...

New Spanish bill aims to enable mortgage payments in crypto

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Cryptocurrency and blockchain are becoming quite popular this year; and it is likely that almost any financial transaction can performed using crypto in the...

Russian court orders Sberbank to unblock account used for Bitcoin trading

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A year ago, Sberbank, as part of combating money laundering, blocked the accounts of a resident of Revda. From May to August 2020, he...

IMF issues veiled warning against El Salvador’s Bitcoin Law

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In early June, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) criticized the leadership of El Salvador for legalizing Bitcoin. Representative of the organization Jerry Wright noted...

BlockFI ordered to stop onboarding New Jersey-based customers

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The New Jersey attorney general has issued an order against cryptocurrency lending service BlockFi to stop providing services to new clients in the state,...

Coinbase sued over Dogecoin sweepstake ad campaign

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One of the clients of the cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase is filing a class action claim against it for damages totaling $ 5 million. He...

Turkey’s crypto bill ready for parliament, says Deputy Minister of Finance

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The Ministry of Finance and Treasury of Turkey has announced the completion of work on a draft law on the regulation of cryptocurrencies. Parliament...

Malaysia is literally crushing thousands of illegal Bitcoin miners

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While in China local authorities, by order of the central office in Beijing, prohibit miners from mining cryptocurrencies, closing their companies, punishing them with...
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