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Dutch Central Bank Prepares to Start Regulating Crypto Sector

<header class=”article__header”> </header> <strong>The central bank of the Netherlands is preparing to supervise the country’s crypto sector. The bank has requested crypto exchanges and wallet providers to come forward and submit some information. Once the law takes effect, these operators will be required to register with the central bank to continue operations.</strong> Also read: Crypto …

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EU Members Adopt Tougher Crypto Rules Than AML Directive Requires

</header> <strong>Europe is gradually tightening the rules for the crypto space. A wave of new regulations are introducing stricter requirements for companies operating in the industry and cryptocurrency users are going to feel the difference in the coming months. The measures stem from the obligation of member states to transpose EU’s Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive …

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110 Crypto Exchanges Want to Launch in Japan – A Look at Recent Changes

<header class=”article__header”> </header> <strong>Following G20 meetings, where Japan led several discussions regarding crypto assets, the country’s top financial regulator told news.Bitcoin.com that 110 crypto exchanges are now interested in launching in Japan. The country recently passed a new cryptocurrency bill, and some approved crypto trading platforms have undergone changes.</strong> Also read: G20 Leaders Issue Declaration …

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Malaysia Begins Approving Crypto Exchange Registrations

<header class=”article__header”> </header> <strong>Malaysia’s securities commission has begun registering cryptocurrency exchanges after it started regulating the crypto space earlier this year. The first three crypto trading platform operators have been conditionally approved and given nine months to comply with registration requirements. Meanwhile, 19 crypto exchanges have been told to cease operations.</strong> Also read: Indian Supreme …

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Finland Begins Regulating Crypto Service Providers

<header class=”article__header”> </header> <strong>Finland’s president has approved a law to regulate cryptocurrency service providers including exchanges, custodian wallet providers, and issuers of cryptocurrencies. The law will enter into force next week. Crypto service providers will need to register with the country’s Financial Supervisory Authority and meet statutory requirements.</strong> Also read: Indian Supreme Court Postpones Crypto …

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Lithuania to Adopt Crypto Regulations Even Stricter Than the EU’s

</header> <strong>Lithuania, one of the Baltic tigers that has in past few years demonstrated it doesn’t shy away from new technologies and the digital economy, is preparing to introduce stricter rules for crypto companies. The government in Vilnius is working on amendments that according to officials will go beyond the requirements of the latest, fifth …

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Regulators Tackle Businesses in Europe’s Crypto-Friendly Nations

<strong>There’s a group of countries on the Old Continent that have recognized the potential of the newly forming cryptoconomy. In the past couple of years, nations such as Malta, Switzerland and Estonia have been making efforts to attract businesses from the nascent industry, often rebuffed elsewhere. However, registering and running a crypto company, even in …

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Japan Approves 2 New Crypto Exchanges – 140 More Interested

<header class=”article__header”> </header> <strong>Japan’s top financial regulator has shared with news.Bitcoin.com some stats pertaining to cryptocurrency exchange registrations. Out of 23 new applications the regulator has received, two have been approved so far. In addition, there are over 140 more companies interested in entering the market.</strong> Also read: Indian Supreme Court Set to Hear Crypto …

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