The latest report suggests that the crypto companies under scrutiny have doubled since May 2018.
The government has decided that starting 2019, miners will have to pay the usual rates for electricity to continue operations.
Panic strikes among investors as crypto market crash adds further woes.
Malaysia announces the deployment of a blockchain-based degree authentication tool, meant to limit the number of fake diplomas, and speed up verifications.
The regulator said that they would take some more time to fine-tune regulatory measures and maintain a balance between innovation and investor protection.
As the latest market crash creates panic, investors get worried on the future of Bitcoin.
The cryptocurrency panel setup by the Indian Finance Ministry will submit the draft bill by next month.
Singapore has inched a step closer to regulating the cryptocurrency sector. The country’s central bank, Monetary Authority of Singapore, has completed a regulatory framework for crypto payment services
Binance has confirmed a $3 million investment in over the counter (OTC) crypto trading desk Koi Trading. The investment attests to how focused the cryptocurrency exchange remains, as it continues to diversify and strengthen its operations.
Bakkt CEO says that they are currently working on adding new features and want to ensure that the platform is operationally sound before the launch.