Forex trading regulation is important as the FX market is the world's biggest financial market with about $4 billion in trades made each day.
Nigeria’s securities regulator, the SEC has backed the central bank’s crypto ban by suspending its planned regulatory framework for digital assets.
Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) will require all cryptocurrency exchanges operating in its jurisdiction to be regulated.
Kazakhstan is advocating for the introduction of regulation of the Forex market as Kazakhstanis complain more often about forex brokers.
2020 has seen a massive explosion in African crypto adoption and this development has prompted fears of a heavy-handed regulatory response.
Several EU countries have urged the European Commission to regulate cryptocurrencies such as stablecoins to protect consumers.
Financial regulators are increasing their actions against binary options and CFDs. Today, the CFTC fined Binary International for violating the national trading regulations.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has green-lighted two token offerings under Regulation A+, marking a significant event in the crypto industry’s history.
As the local media reports, the financial regulator of France approve the first crypto exchanges under new rules on digital assets.
Canadian crypto exchanges will be required to register with the Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre (FinTRAC) as of June 1, 2020.