BTC and OKB plunge after OKEx suspends withdrawals

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Major crypto asset exchange OKEx has suspended cryptocurrency withdrawals, announcing that one of the holders of its private keys is “currently cooperating with...

Cruise ship ‘Satoshi’ to house crypto companies and digital nomads

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Ocean Builders, a company that builds “floating, off-grid seapod homes,” has bought an old Australian cruise ship it renamed ‘Satoshi’ and plans to...

Data encryption a threat to fighting child sexual abuse, says DOJ

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The U.S. Department of Justice has released an international statement claiming that end-to-end encryption “poses significant challenges to public safety,” including sexually exploited...

Police and thieves on their screens, Oct 2–9

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Every Friday, Law Decoded delivers analysis on the week’s critical stories in the realms of policy, regulation and law.Editor's noteHistorians typically date the...

KPMG unveils blockchain solution to track climate emissions

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International accounting firm KPMG has unveiled its blockchain based Climate Accounting Infrastructure (CAI) solution to help organizations measure, report, and offset their greenhouse...

SEC brings John McAfee to court over ICO promotion

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Update: The Justice Department reports John McAfee has been arrested in Spain for tax evasion and is awaiting extradition to the United States.On...

The need for a dialogue between crypto businesses and regulators

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This year has been a strong one for digital asset markets, highlighted by growing institutional inflows and a propitious shift in the regulatory...

More than half of all crypto exchanges have weak or no ID verification

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More than half of all exchanges worldwide have weak KYC identification protocols — with exchanges in Europe, the U.S. and U.K. among the...

FinCEN director warns banks about cryptocurrency risk exposure

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The U.S. Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) director Kenneth Blanco has warned banks to think seriously about their cryptocurrency risk exposure.During the virtual...
US SEC issues no-action letter on compressed digital asset settlement process

US SEC issues no-action letter on compressed digital asset settlement process

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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) took a major step toward streamlining digital asset securities settlement by compressing the previous four-step process...
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