The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has once again postponed its decision on the approval of a Bitcoin spot exchange-traded fund (ETF) until January 10, 2024. This is not the first time the SEC has delayed its decision on Bitcoin ETF proposals. We try to find out what the reason for this decision is and how it will affect the cryptocurrency market.
Introduction of another Bill proposal to ban the digital dollar in the USA, the launch of a new Bitcoin fund in Japan and the rise of the Toncoin price. The highlight of the past week.
The new tax reporting standards for crypto companies in Europe, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority warning on fake crypto banks and India’s expectations to finalize crypto regulation in the nearest future. The highlight of the past week.
The new joint IMF and G20 FSB report on crypto assets, Cathie Wood's ARK Invest and 21Shares application for the first spot Ether ETF, new amendments to the Uzbekistan’s crypto regulation and the outcome of the lawsuit against the creator of crypto exchange Thodex in Turkey. The highlight of the past week.
The all-new US proposed regulations on sales and exchanges of digital assets by brokers and Indian calls on global crypto regulation. The highlight of the past week.
Grayscale Investments won a significant lawsuit against the US SEC on August 29, 2023. The U.S. District of Columbia Court of Appeals ruled that the Commission was wrong to reject Grayscale's application to list an exchange-traded fund that tracks the price of Bitcoin. What impact will this decision have on crypto market?
An issue of the first Colombian stablecoin backed to the Colombian peso, Tether’s new report on its reserves and FTX bankruptcy update. The highlight of the past week.
The FATF Travel Rule is obligatory for UK crypto companies starting On September, 1, a Coinbase-backed group loss in a lawsuit against the U.S. Treasury Department's and El Salvador’s bonds surge in value. The highlight of the past week.
On August, 9 the SEC has announced its intention to appeal the recent court decision in the ongoing case against Ripple Labs. The appeal comes after Judge Analisa Torres ruled that Ripple's XRP sales on public cryptocurrency exchanges were not offers of securities under the law. This lawsuit has significant implications for the cryptocurrency industry and could determine the future of cryptocurrency regulations. Explaining what’s going on in our brief note.
This week all the most interesting things happened in the USA. Reintroduction of the The Digital Asset Anti-Money Laundering Act by US Senators Elizabeth Warren and Roger Marshall, FTX lawsuit update and PayPal's stablecoin launch. The highlight of the past week.
Regulatory barriers for crypto companies in Hong Kong, investigations into Worldcoin's practices all over the world and Oman’s government public consultations on crypto regime. The highlight of the past week.
CBDCs are becoming increasingly popular around the world, with many countries exploring the possibility of issuing their own digital currencies. In this article, we will explore the investigation and adoption process of CBDCs in several countries, which already run their CBDC Pilots.