Category Archives: Blockchain

Bermuda Plans to Become the First Country to Regulate ICOs

Last year, Bermuda’s Premier and Finance Minister, David Burt, launched the Blockchain Task Force. It included a Legal and Regulatory Working Group which would ensure that the country creates a blockchain-friendly environment for interested organizations and startups. Four months later, Burt has come forward with another initiative: to make sure Bermuda regulates ICOs for the first time in blockchain history. Continue reading Bermuda Plans to Become the First Country to Regulate ICOs

China Opens Doors to $27 Trillion Payments Market

For the first time in history, the Chinese government and its central bank, the People’s Bank of China (PBoC), has opened its $27 trillion payment market to the world. Foreign firms are now allowed to apply for licenses to operate within China, competing against local service providers. Continue reading China Opens Doors to $27 Trillion Payments Market

What led to the fall of Bitcoin?

Looks like the recent urge put forward by the head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), to round the globe regulators, asking to crack down on cryptocurrencies, as they hold the potential to be a “major new vehicle for money laundering and the financing of terrorism,” actually worked. Continue reading What led to the fall of Bitcoin?