EU To Propose To End The Anonymity Of Bitcoin
Mar05

EU To Propose To End The Anonymity Of Bitcoin

The European Commission plans new measures to end the anonymity of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and prepaid cards. The proposed legislation is intended to fight against money laundering and terrorist financing. The EU plans to carry this out legally with the help of AMLD or Anti-Money Laundering Directive by bringing the platforms of virtual currency exchange under it. Thus because of this, the EU will have the authority to force...

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Commonwealth Calls On its Member Nations To Legislate Bitcoin
Feb09

Commonwealth Calls On its Member Nations To Legislate Bitcoin

According to the latest report, the Commonwealth of Nations has asked its 53 member countries to speak out on the legality regarding virtual and digital currencies such as the Bitcoin. The report is purportedly the result of the research carried out over a year on virtual and digital currencies by a working group. Report has also revealed that of all the member nations, only Bangladesh has cited the use of the Bitcoin and other such...

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