May 31, 2018 at 11:22
Court Orders Chilean Banks to Reopen Cryptocurrency Exchange Accounts
Three major banks in Chile have been ordered to reopen current accounts of cryptocurrency exchanges, Buda.com, and Cryptomkt, and one bank has immediately yielded assent. Buda, Chilean cryptocurrency trading platform convinced a court to give a détente in its dispute with banks.
May 26, 2018 at 17:08
Golix Files Case in Court Against Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe
The Reserve bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) issued rules of thumb in a circular on May 13 that detailed that all cryptocurrency activities carried out in the country were being stopped. The RBZ went ahead and indicated that all domestic digital currency operations were given the maximum of two months to begin complaining. RBZ is now facing a lawsuit from a giant cryptocurrency exchange.
May 24, 2018 at 17:23
How to Safeguard the Taxation of Crypto Trading and Comply with AML Policy
Nowadays, it is very important for traders to play according to the rules imposed by crypto market regulators. Given the taxation of digital currency revenue and strict anti-money laundering (AML) policy, one needs to do everything possible in order to safeguard their funds.
DESICO Will Protect Token Sale Contributions – Here’s How
The biggest problem facing the token sale industry today is utility tokens posing as security tokens. This issue is the largest threat to the credibility, widespread adoption, and the acknowledgment of blockchain. DESICO will address these obstacles by creating the necessary infrastructure to issue, buy, and sell security tokens in full compliance with the law.
JPMorgan Sued Over Additional Fees for Cryptocurrency Transactions
A Chase credit-card holder sued a popular financial company for an enormously big charge taken from his account, as he wanted to purchase digital currencies, like bitcoin and some other altcoins. Chase Bank taxed the customer’s crypto trading activities as cash advances rather than traditional purchases.