Gemini accused over account shutdowns, Facebook acquires blockchain talent, Kraken acquires British Crypto Facilities
Gemini has been accused of shutting down accounts over GUSD redemptions. CoinDesk reports two OTC traders had their accounts at cryptocurrency exchange Gemini closed without warning or explanation after they attempted to redeem large amounts of GUSD, the stablecoin introduced by
Texas says stablecoins are money (requiring licenses), TheStreet’s 2019 crypto regulation roundup, and DX.Exchange starts tokenizing & trading U.S. stocks
The Texas Department of Banking has issued a statement saying stablecoins, unlike other cryptocurrencies, may legally be defined as money, and companies involved in the transmission of stablecoins may therefore be required to hold a currency exchange license to legally
Analysis of newly proposed cryptocurrency regulation, an interesting patent from Bank of America, and predictions from Eric Piscini…
Some post-Christmas cryptocurrency highlights: Analysis of the proposed Token Taxonomy Act legislation. The new law proposed which would exempt cryptocurrencies from existing securities regulations has been a hot topic in a cold season. With the news coming so close to major
Today we have three highlights for you from the past few days: A brokerage for digital assets -- backed by former PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel and co-founded by Goldman Sach's former Global Head of Electronic Trading, Greg Tusar -- has launched.