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The European Commission Concerned About Libra’s Potential Monopoly

Antitrust regulators at the European Commission, the executive branch of the European Union, have sent out a questionnaire to determine…

ECB Says It Plans to Use More On-Chain Data to Monitor Crypto Assets

The European Central Bank (ECB) has issued a new report indicating that it plans to use more on-chain data to…

Most Germans Skeptical Towards Facebook’s Libra, Only 12% Welcome it

About 71% of German citizens are skeptical towards Facebook’s Libra stablecoin, while only 12% welcome it, according to a survey…

Republic of San Marino Signs MoU With Blockchain Platform VeChain

The Republic of San Marino has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with blockchain application platform VeChain. Per the agreement,…

Trump Vs. Bitcoin, Japanese Exchange Hacked | Coffee and Crypto

In the premiere episode of the new Cointelegraph series “Coffee and Crypto,” head of editorial Olivia Capozzalo and head of…

UK Finance Minister Says Regulators Should Decide on Libra, Not Lawmakers

The United Kingdom Finance Minister Philip Hammond said that regulators and not lawmakers should decide on how to regulate Facebook’s…

Prasos Secures Payment Institution License From Finnish Watchdog

Finland-based cryptocurrency firm Prasos has secured a payment institution license via the Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority (FFSA). The news comes…

German Central Bank: Cryptos Are Not a Threat to Financial Stability

Central Bank of Germany representative Burkhard Balz said that cryptocurrencies do not pose a threat to financial stability during a…

Spanish Police: Bitcoin ATMs a Blind Spot for Money Laundering Laws

Spanish law enforcement pointed out that Bitcoin (BTC) automated teller machines (ATMs) show a gap in European Union’s Anti-Money Laundering…

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