Comments from the IMF, along with rumination from the SEC and actual decisions from the NYDFS, point towards a busy period for global regulators.
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According to a Bloomberg report, at least two Exchange Traded Funds have had to change their names for potentially being misleading
Both funds referenced blockchain or DLT in their name and were made to change it at the last minute. But their ticker codes have seemingly gotten away with it
In the same week Luxembourg-based Bitstamp received approval for its New York BitLicense, Bittrex, one of the biggest US exchanges, was denied theirs
“Discrepancies and omissions in KYC procedure” was cited the reason, marking this the second time the exchange has faced such issues
Russian media are reporting the release of TON’s test net to a limited number of developers
One source was quoted as saying the transaction speeds were incredibly fast, though without being able to provide any further details
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