BIS Head’s Crypto Anger Changes to Mid-Positive Attitude

Coinspeaker BIS Head’s Crypto Anger Changes to Mid-Positive Attitude Smart people are famous for revaluation of their beliefs, and now the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) is ready to try implementing their own cryptocurrency to stay ahead of the market. The same man who was calling for a “clampdown on Bitcoin”, Agustín Carstens, now says:

European Union Makes Its Position on Global Stablecoins Clear

Coinspeaker European Union Makes Its Position on Global Stablecoins Clear The European Union has finally made its position clear on the issue of global stablecoins being deployed and used within its borders. The Council and the Commission explained their position in a joint statement. While the authorities acknowledged the importance of technological innovations which can be

Deutsche Bank’s Imagine 2030 Report Shows Crypto to Replace Fiat in the Next Decade

Coinspeaker Deutsche Bank’s Imagine 2030 Report Shows Crypto to Replace Fiat in the Next Decade Cryptocurrencies continue to make strong inroads in the global economy as even the global governments and banks have started experimenting with crypto assets. In its latest report dubbed Imagine 2030, Deutsche Bank analyst Jim Reid said that cryptocurrencies will dominate

TON vs SEC: What Is Telegram’s Next Move?

Coinspeaker TON vs SEC: What Is Telegram’s Next Move?In an interesting but not entirely surprising turn of events, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has asked Telegram to halt issuance of its forthcoming GRAM tokens. In a press release dated Oct. 11, the Commission said that it had already “filed an emergency action”

Telegram Gets Set to Emerge with Secure Crypto Revolution

Coinspeaker Telegram Gets Set to Emerge with Secure Crypto RevolutionBlockchain technology is delivering solutions to the world’s most evasive problems. Secure payments, data storage, logistics, encryption, commodity digitization – you name it and blockchain has the power to make it happen.Meanwhile, cryptocurrencies have arrived to liberate the masses by decentralizing functions carried out by governments

Blockchain Token Projects Can Bypass U.S. Securities Registration Requirements, Says SEC Official

CoinSpeaker Blockchain Token Projects Can Bypass U.S. Securities Registration Requirements, Says SEC Official That also means that there’s no need to be worried about getting their application rejected, in case they can’t match up with the requirements. Agency official, Valerie A. Szczepanik, at a gathering hosted by the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance in New York

Ethereum Receives ‘Request for Input’ from CFTC, What They are Trying to Find Out?

CoinSpeaker Ethereum Receives ‘Request for Input’ from CFTC, What They are Trying to Find Out? The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) is the authority that governs some crucial aspects of the cryptocurrency world. In order to accurately create regulations and definitions for the market, they would need to have a greater understanding of the

SEC Chairman: ICOs Are Effective Way of Fundraising

CoinSpeaker SEC Chairman: ICOs Are Effective Way of Fundraising Chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Jay Clayton has been recently quite vocal on Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). While speaking at the Consensus Invest Conference, Clayton said: “If you finance a venture with a token offering, you should start with the assumption that

UK MP Calls for Using Bitcoin to Pay Local Taxes and Other Bills

CoinSpeaker UK MP Calls for Using Bitcoin to Pay Local Taxes and Other Bills While some countries are still trying to deny the fact that cryptocurrencies have enough potential to transform all spheres of our life, others are trying to find the most appropriate use cases that Bitcoin can be applied to. Yes, today Bitcoin,

SEC Postpones Decision on VanEck Bitcoin ETF, Again

CoinSpeaker SEC Postpones Decision on VanEck Bitcoin ETF, Again The Bitcoin ETF that was proposed by money manager VanEck and SoldiX in partnership with CBOE BZX exchange has been delayed for the third time by the SEC in Thursday’s circular. SEC stated: “The Commission finds it appropriate to designate a longer period within which to