Vanuatu Financial Services Commission (VFSC) tightens regulations on forex brokers
As stablecoins see massive capital Inflows and adoption, regulators, Will fiat-backed stablecoins pass the legal examination with the SEC and CFTC?
The US Fed considers adding the Bitcoin crash as one of the risks to take into consideration while performing supervisory stress tests.
What is the impact of Brexit on Forex trading in the UK? The FCA has stated that it will onshore ESMA's CFDs and Binary Options interventions temporarily.
Two years later and 10 years after the first bitcoin appearance Russia seem more than ready to join the cryptocurrency race.
A major Swiss Bank offers cryptocurrencies options to its clients. How does this impact the overall cryptocurrency and blockchain market?
Russia considers to launch its own oil-backed cryptocurrency and adopt a legislative act on digital coins. How will this benefit Russia and OPEC?
Established in February 2019, the Bahrain Crypto market pilot has already attracted over 30 companies that are dealing in the blockchain, cryptocurrency, digital payments, and financial technologies. Yet, can Bahrain really become the next Blockchain hub?
The Bank of Japan in its new report has looked deeply into how digital currencies can affect the current monetary system if they are adopted to replace bank notes.
The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) has updated new rules to regulate crypto assets, which were hinting more strict AML rules for cryptocurrency platforms.
According to the recent report of the European Securities and Markets Agency, published on the organization’s official website, ESMA agreed to renew the binary options ban from April 2, 2019, under the same conditions as the previous extension decision, which began to be applied on January 2, 2019.
Most Forex brokers in the EU have been urging new clients to open trading accounts where ESMA new restrictions can't affect them. But is this strategy the long-term solution? AtoZ Markets reveals how the issue can be addressed.