$1.7B Stolen in 2018 – Cryptocurrency Theft Skyrockets as Prices Dropped

According to the Q4 Cryptocurrency Anti-Money Laundering report by CipherTrace blockchain intelligence agency, criminals stole a massive $1.7 billion of cryptocurrency last year. Despite the savage bear market conditions and freefalling prices, cryptocurrency theft is on the rise. Hackers Take the Lion’s Share Of the total stolen cryptocurrency funds, hackers made away with the lion’s…

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European Financial Watchdogs Ask For Cryptocurrency And ICO Regulations

The EBA looks to even the playing field across the EU, while the ESMA worries about mass crypto adoption. The European Banking Authority (EBA) and the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) have both published reports today, January 9, calling for a European Union-wide approach to cryptocurrency and ICO regulation to help ensure investor protection….

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G20 Leaders Declare Commitment to Regulate Crypto Assets

While some countries have taken the lead to regulate various aspects of using cryptocurrencies, many have left the matter completely up in the air. This might soon change as pressure is mounting on governments to develop standards for crypto regulations, as evident by the latest G20 meeting of top politicians from around the world. Also…

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Int'l Financial Watchdog FATF to Introduce Cryptocurrency Rules in 2019

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) – an international agency which is intended to tackle criminal activity across the globe, is set to issue the first set of rules regarding cryptocurrency regulations in 2019. Focus on Crypto Exchanges The FATF is based in Paris and it is currently comprised of 37 countries. Its’ president Marshall…

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