Japan Crypto Asset Regulations | 日本の暗号資産規制
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Japan crypto asset regulations allow users to buy, sell and own crypto assets. Purchasable from exchanges, ‘Bitcoin ATMs’, and one another. Alongside having a long, rich history of technological innovation, Japan is a global financial hub. The country’s laws and business environment are thus highly conducive to blockchain technology, with many DLT-native businesses operating in…

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USA Cryptocurrency Regulation | Bitcoin Law
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Cryptocurrency can be legally bought and sold in the USA from another person, crypto exchange, Bitcoin ATMs and recently, some banks. Here we will drill down into the federal laws and regulations regarding Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies that foreign and domestic obliged entities must adhere to when transacting in and through the United States of…

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Gibraltar Seeks to Expand Digital Asset Regulatory Principles
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The digital asset industry rang in the new year by climbing to a $1 trillion market cap as financial institutions have become more proactive in the space. To smooth the maturity of the industry, Gibraltar will announce a ’10th Core Principle’ regulation for digital assets – specifically for digital asset exchanges – at the direction…

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[WEBINAR] Crypto hacked! Expert insights into recovering funds
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Coinfirm Webinar Crypto Hacked Expert Insights Into Recovering Funds

Billions of crypto were stolen in 2019. Is there a way to recover it? Join law enforcement, asset recovery and forensics experts to discuss!

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Blockchain AML: the 4 Key Components
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There can be distinguished four components of an Anti-Money Laundering (AML) risk evaluation in the blockchain; the address, asset, transaction and the beneficiary owner.  These critical ingredients are able to paint a comprehensive risk profile of any actor operating in the crypto world who may be associated with nefarious activities such as ransomware attacks, crypto…

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Hong Kong Cryptocurrency Regulations
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Hong Kong’s cryptocurrency regulations currently allow retail investors to buy and sell Bitcoin and other crypto-assets. However, the set of comprehensive rules is changing. Here we take a look at exchanges, taxes, mining and AML/CFT laws. As a global financial hub, Hong Kong has been seeking to attract financial technology (FinTech) innovation – the city…

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Singapore Cryptocurrency Regulations 2021
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Is cryptocurrency legal in Singapore? Short answer: yes. Singapore’s Bitcoin and crypto regulations and laws cover ICO, tax, AML/CFT and methods of buying/trading in virtual assets. Singapore is well-known for being a strict country in regards to laws and regulations. However, Singapore takes a balanced approach to cryptocurrency and Bitcoin regulations and is referred to…

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Switzerland Crypto Regulations: KYC, Taxes & FINMA
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Switzerland Crypto Regulations Key Takeaways; Zug residents pay taxes in crypto Strict AML, KYC & CFT requirements Cryptocurrencies are legal tender in some cases Closely aligned with the FATF FINMA & SFTA oversee cryptoasset activities Cryptocurrency banks & exchanges are legal As a historic global financial hub, Switzerland is well-known for being a large gold…

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UK Cryptocurrency Regulations
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UK cryptocurrencies regulations allow users to buy and sell cryptocurrencies – but due to recent regulatory moves by the UK’s financial regulatory, the FCA, trading of cryptocurrency derivatives are banned. Cryptocurrency Regulations in the UK Key Takeaways; Cryptocurrencies not classed as legal tender VASPs apply to FCA for licence (e-money as the exception) Taxes based…

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OCC: Banks’ Stablecoin Payments & Running Nodes
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Banks in the jurisdiction of the US can now perform more activities around stablecoins and nodes. A notice by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) issued last week further paves the way for the mass adoption of the crypto industry. Entitled OCC Chief Counsel’s Interpretation on National Bank and Federal Savings Association…

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