Articles about Blockchain Policy

Interpretation of the "2020 Cryptocurrency Act": New Ideas for the Cryptocurrency Regulation Model

Author: Luo Tao, Chief Compliance Counsel block chain Global Compliance Alliance, Tahota (Beijing) Law Firm, s ervice@gbcuf.com The rapid development of cryptocurrencies and the lag of supervision have made market chaos inevitable. The uncertainty of the nature and types of cryptocurrencies has hindered the establishment of regulatory rules. With the continuous exploration of regulatory policies […]

Investigation | After the ban is lifted, Indian investors are more positive about cryptocurrencies

A recent Paxful survey shows that the Indian cryptocurrency market is showing a growing trend before and after the lifting of the ban by the Bank of India. According to a survey released on April 2 by the peer-to-peer bitcoin (BTC) trading market Paxful, cryptocurrency adoption is becoming more and more active in India. Paxful's […]

Babbitt Column | Case Study: Free Sugar Spreading Gives Miners, Also a Crime?

Editor's Note: The original title was "Case | Free Sugar Spreading and Mining Machines, also constituted a crime?" ! 》 With the promotion of "new infrastructure" by the state, the practice of using financial technology and digital finance to organize and lead MLM activities has been on the rise. During the period, some participants thought […]

An article detailing Switzerland's cryptocurrency policy

Author: Luo Tao, Chief Compliance Counsel block chain Global Compliance Alliance, Tahota (Beijing) Law Firm, service @ gbcuf.com Switzerland is one of the most friendly countries for encryption technology. Under the premise of compliance with current regulations, cryptocurrency projects can be legally operated here. Switzerland recognizes the potential of blockchain technology and hopes to create […]

Sex crime in room N opens "digital new normal"

Room N incident has been the core focus of Korean society for several days. In this incident, a new type of criminal profit tool appeared, that is, cryptocurrency. In the past, most of these crimes used impersonal passbooks for transactions, but this crime happened entirely in the online world, and the use of cryptocurrencies that […]

Legal analysis of STO under the framework of Chinese law

Author: Luo Tao, Chief Compliance Counsel block chain Global Compliance Alliance, Tahota (Beijing) Law Firm, service @ gbcuf.com   STO (Security TokenOffering) is a kind of securities issuance using digital tokens as a carrier. Under the established regulatory framework, financing can be provided to the global public through non-public offerings and public offerings. Financial assets […]

Interpretation | Malta's Cryptocurrency Legal Regulation Policy

Author: Chief Compliance Consultant global block chain compliance Union, Tahota (Beijing) Law Firm Luo Tao service@gbcuf.com This article will detail the legal regulation of cryptocurrency in Malta. In 2018, the Malta government and the crypto industry practitioners held multiple public comment meetings and formulated a set of regulations for digital finance, consisting of three complementary […]

Is fintech "regulation sandbox" good or bad for blockchain?

Source of this article: Shallot Blockchain Author: Yanyao Ping, please indicate the source. The innovation and supervision of blockchain in the financial field is always in the process of dynamic gaming. On December 5, last year, the People's Bank of China supported Beijing to take the lead in launching a fintech innovation supervision pilot nationwide […]

One-week regulatory review | German law allows banks to trade cryptocurrencies, changes in Asian law

Some of the major regulatory developments in the cryptocurrency space have changed this week. Not only has Germany passed a bill allowing banks to sell and store cryptocurrencies, South Korea and Thailand are also revising laws to better regulate the crypto industry. We will also cover crypto news involving the governments of China, Japan and […]

U.K. updates crypto tax guide, highlighting Bitcoin as neither currency nor securities

Author Liang CHE Source: Than push bitpush.news, More than news, the UK tax authority has issued tax guidance for businesses to supplement its previous guidance for individuals. The guide clarifies the status of capital gains tax, corporate tax, national insurance, income tax and other taxes. The HMRC states that it generally does not consider cryptocurrencies […]