The recent clampdown on ICOs is not expected to end soon after the U.S SEC Chairman; Jay Clayton told CNBC reporters that the regulators’ definition of Initial Coin Offerings ICOs) remain the same and projects who fail to meet up to their requirements will still be considered “non-compliant.”
Having become one of the first VFA Class 4 licensed crypto exchanges in ‘blockchain island’ Malta, Bitstraq is now eyeing the introduction of a security token trading platform for its clients.
Fake news has been going round in the past 24 hours after a crypto news publication site reported that the Chinese government reversed a crypto ban imposed in 2017. The fake news report has the title - China Lifts Bitcoin Ban; Individuals and Businesses Can Now Own Cryptocurrencies Legally.
Swiss-based banks who are interested in trading cryptocurrencies have been provided with new guidelines by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA).
The arrest of 11 suspects has now been confirmed by the Cybercrime Department of the Turkish National Police. According to the Turkish Corps who carried out the operations claims that the victims hacked several crypto accounts and made away with Bitcoin with $80,000. The news confirms what earlier reported was on Friday, Nov. 2. By Hürriyet, a major Turkish newspaper.
Can anyone stay away from crypto right now? Maybe, but not the researchers at Morgan Stanley who just released an update to a paper titled "Bitcoin Decrypted: A Brief Teach-In and Implications," which they published earlier this year.
Anyone hoping to see a Bitcoin ETF soon will have to wait until the cryptocurrency industry becomes more 'legitimate’ according to Larry Fink, CEO of investment management firm BlackRock.