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SEC Sues Rivetz Corp Over $18 Million in Token Sales

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged cryptocurrency startup Rivetz with selling unregistered secu ...

|Sep 10, 2021
The American Banker Association (ABA) Suggests Partnership with Crypto Firms as Demand Increases

The American Banker Association (ABA) has recently issued a report that suggests banks should partner with crypto firms ...

|Aug 3, 2021
24 Exchange Secures Crypto Trading License in Bermuda

Multi-asset trading platform 24 Exchange has been granted a “Class T” digital assets license by the Bermuda Trading Auth ...

|Jul 22, 2021
Thiel-backed Crypto Exchange Bullish to Go Public via SPAC Merger

Bullish, a cryptocurrency exchange backed by blockchain software company block.one, is gearing up to go public through a ...

|Jul 10, 2021
Crypto Lender Celsius Ceases UK Operations as FCA Tightens Rules

Crypto lending and borrowing platform Celsius has announced that it will cease operations in the United Kingdom, owing t ...

|Jun 25, 2021
Court Grants Ripple Access to Internal Trading Policies of SEC

The court has recently granted the request of Ripple, to get access to the internal trading policies of the SEC. Judge S ...

|Jun 24, 2021
FCA Warns Investors Against 111 Unregistered Crypto Companies

Britain’s Financial Conduct Authority or FCA has warned investors against dealing with 111 crypto companies that are yet ...

|Jun 23, 2021
U.K. FCA Extends Temporary Registration Regime for Crypto Firms

The U.K. financial market regulator, Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), has extended the Temporary Registrations Regime ...

|Jun 3, 2021
Starling Bank in UK Prohibits Cryptocurrency Exchange Deposits

UK’s Starling Bank prohibits cryptocurrency exchange deposits while dealing with "high levels of alleged financial fraud ...

|May 31, 2021
Crypto Firms are not Meeting AML Standards: U.K. Treasury Official

John Glen, a member of the U.K. Parliament and the economic secretary to the Treasury, has issued a statement claiming t ...

|May 29, 2021