As the United Kingdom plans an exit from the European Union crypto and blockchain projects in the country take a backseat.
The SEC has sued ICOBox and its founder for violating federal laws and conducting illegal securities offering as unregistered brokers.
The BITMAX crypto exchange has zero trading fee and will be available to 80 million LINE customers in Japan.
Wells Fargo said that this moves comes as its effort to improve the cross-border settlements among its internal global payments network.
Deutsche Bank will be joining JP Morgan’s blockchain platform - Interbank Information Network - as part of measure to cut down on interbank settlements costs and time.
Citing massive demand in open-interest contracts, the CME Group wants to double the trade offering to individual traders from 1000 contracts currently to 2000 contracts going ahead.
Facebook is facing tough times convincing global regulators and getting them on the same page for its Libra project. While the Swiss regulator holds a balanced approach to deal with Libra, France sees it as a threat to national sovereignty.
The central bank of Netherland has warned all crypto companies operating in the country to get self-registered before the next year’s deadline.
Following increased investor demand, the US-based Gemini Exchange has finally announced Gemini Custody, a full-service custody platform for institutional investors.
Jay Clayton said that although the SEC is getting closer for an Bitcoin ETF approval the industry has still to work on effective storage solutions and tackle issues of market manipulation.