Highlighting what went right, and what went wrong, in this week’s crypto news analysis.
April has been a busy month for regulators in the US, particularly FinCEN and the NYDFS, though there is still a loud chorus calling for greater clarity on what future regulations will looks like.
The Copper team will be in New York from the 12th-16th May at both Consensys and the Digital Asset Summit. Get in touch if you’d like to meet.
Below we have our weekly roundup of industry and coin specific news. If you’d like to get in touch with us about any of our products or services, we look forward to hearing from you. Just send us a note.
Delays to the launch of the Bakkt exchange have long been attributed to resistance from federal regulators, like the CFTC
Bloomberg reports the exchange's parent company is in talks with the NYFDS to acquire acquire a BitLicence
It’s been almost a year since the announced project between Ledger, Japanese bank Nomura, and Global Advisors to create a new institutional custody tool
Expected in Q2, it now looks like it will be at least 2020 before anything is released, amid speculation that the relationship is strained
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network has penalised an individual for failing to register as a money services business
The P2P exchange he ran also failed to comply with AML regulations and ignored the requirement to file a CTR for more than 200 qualifying transactions
Why the sudden increase in
Bittrex in bitter battle with
over failed BitLicence application
Binance chain launched to replace Ethereum as
Ethereum Enterprise Alliance and
Venture arm Xspring invests in payment startup
US-based Huobi adds three
(USD, BTC, USDT)
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