Highlighting what went right, and what went wrong, in this week’s crypto news analysis
In the last week of 2019 crypto regulations took the spotlight. Many firms are eyeing BaFin’s requirement to register intent to apply for a licence with suspicion since ‘final regulations’ have not yet been released. Elsewhere, France’s AMF released its rules and guidance on Thursday, which expand on the PACTE law passed into legislation earlier in the year. Then there’s NYDFS’s updated guidance, South Korea, Malaysia, China, the list goes on.
In London, Copper has just confirmed its role at the Digital Asset Summit, taking place at the Rosewood Hotel on the 10th of February. Join us as our CEO heads up an impressive panel of speakers on the topic of prime services.
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The Bank of Korea will hire experts to study the effects of distributed ledgers, cryptocurrencies and CBDCs on financial settlements and security
A previous task force in the country found that CBDCs could adversely affect the demand for traditional banking services, which could impact financial stability
The China Securities Regulatory Commission has warned against new risks from the escalation of crypto trading activities, digital currency mortgage provision and introduction of zero-interest loans
While being pro-blockchain, the warning reiterated the Chinese government’s negative stance towards cryptocurrencies
To access OKEx options, users will have to go through a KYC verification process, as well as pass a suitability test to show they understand options trading
Derivatives exchange giant CME Group has also been preparing to launch an options product tied to its bitcoin futures in January
The SEC asked
to pull a Bitcoin ETF proposal
Novagratz BTC price
, and the US election
No bail for
turned North Korea advisor
's Android client; rejects appeal
Ripple plans to expand
with Brazilian banks in 2020
Ripple’s XRP sell offs ‘
’ says CTO
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