Gatecoin a cryptocurrency exchange platform that has had a little bit of a torrid history for the past two years is now closing its doors per an announcement posted on its website. In its announcement the Hong Kong-based exchange wrote that it will be compelled to halt all of its operations immediately per a compulsory …
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The saga of QuadrigaCX the Canadian crypto exchange that can’t access users’ funds because the owner passed away continued on Tuesday when court documents revealed the exchange accidentally sent more than 100 bitcoins to the cold wallet of deceased owner after the company had filed for credit protection.
The Finance Committee in France released a report that calls for the ban of certain cryptocurrencies that enable anonymous transactions.
However while U.K. regulators now have more time to consider and consult on balanced regulations this doesn't necessarily mean that Britain will soon be home to a lenient regime for cryptocurrencies and relevant businesses. Because of the massive 2017 surge that crypto enjoyed the U.K. — like many other nations — laid down a blueprint for establishing cryptocurrency laws this year. And to a large extent it's this plan that the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and other bodies will pursue in 2019 regardless of whether they have more time or not.
Bitcoin Association Switzerland board member Luzius Meisser says he believes the next wave of crypto innovation will focus on stablecoins and security tokens. Meisser made his remarks during an interview with Cointelegraph’s correspondent during the Crypto Finance Conference in St. Moritz Switzerland on Jan. 16.
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A new survey shows that the cluster of companies working with cryptocurrencies and related technologies in the Swiss Crypto Valley has expanded despite the onset of what has been dubbed as “crypto winter.” The valley now covers a larger territory in the Alpine confederation and has spilled over into neighboring Liechtenstein. Also read: Xapo …