Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) will require all cryptocurrency exchanges operating in its jurisdiction to be regulated.
The FCA has warned against a clone firm, Fidelity International/Fidelity plc which claims to be an authorized firm but scams potential victims in the UK.
CFTC has released a new crypto advisory to futures commission merchants, clarifying how to hold digital currencies in segregated accounts.
The Bank of Russia will limit Bitcoin and other crypto purchases for unqualified investors for not more than 600,000 rubles as from 2021.
Kazakhstan is advocating for the introduction of regulation of the Forex market as Kazakhstanis complain more often about forex brokers.
Financial leaders from the G7 will oppose the launch of Facebook's Libra stablecoin until it is properly regulated, according to a report. 
Are the United States & the European Union now creating standard crypto regulations after they've been around for more than 10 years?
Several EU countries have urged the European Commission to regulate cryptocurrencies such as stablecoins to protect consumers.
Bafin has announced that all crypto ATM providers are required to receive a license from the regulator to operate in Germany.
Swiss Federal Council plans to launch a new fund category for qualified investors to make Switzerland more attractive as a fund domicile.
According to an official statement, financial regulators in Germany have introduced a new draft bill on blockchain-based digital securities.
CySEC has blacklisted yet another number of FX & cryptocurrency websites it says were illegally promoting trading products in the country.
The Indian government plans to introduce a new law that will ban cryptocurrency. The law is still reportedly awaiting approval.
Russia Bans Anonymous Crypto Wallet Deposits
Russia Bans Anonymous Crypto Wallet Deposits
Aug 04, 2020
MD Rockybul Hasan
Russia has banned all cash and crypto deposits into anonymous e-wallets as the latest push to curb the illegal financial activity.
CFTC Approves Cross-Border Application of Swaps
CFTC Approves Cross-Border Application of Swaps
Jul 24, 2020
MD Rockybul Hasan
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has approved the final rules for cross-border swaps application under the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA).
FINMA grants OSIF and OSFIN the first authorizations as supervisory bodies which will be responsible for monitoring asset managers and trustees.
US regulator, SEC has fined BNP Paribas Securities (BNPP) $250,000, alleging that broker-dealers had violated the Regulation SHO.
U.K.’s FCA fined the London branch of Commerzbank AG £37.8m for failing to put AML systems and controls in place between October 2012 and September 2017.
In its feedback, the AMF supports targeted changes of certain aspects of MiFID 2 based on five pillars, detailed in this document.
India police in collaboration with academic institutions and development organizations has begun working to bolster India’s darknet policing capabilities.