A new law will enable German banks to sell cryptocurrency to customers, but also to store digital currency on their behalf.
Indian Minister for Electronics and IT states that India is now working on developing a national blockchain strategy.
Reports indicate that China is starting Phase 1 of its CBDC Digital Yuan project, by imposing limits on transactions and reducing the presence of cash in 3 important regions.
In this article we explore the upcoming Bitcoin Options, to be released by the CME Group, and their potential impact on the market.
China passes law on state-sanctioned cryptocurrencies, in preparation for the digital Yuan. Similarly, the nation has shown interest towards the development of blockchain technology.
Bank of Canada is reportedly working on the research and development of a CBDC that would help replace banknotes while tracking users’ spending.
Russia reportedly plans to introduce an all-inclusive regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies by the 1st of November.
In a recent article, ING financial experts express their belief that fully-fledged bank-owned digital currencies will arrive in 5 years.
Recent reports indicate that the city of Shenzhen will serve as the headquarters for China’s upcoming central bank digital currency. Contrary to prior rumours, the CBDC won’t be released in November.