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Singapore prohibits crypto firms from advertising publicly
Singapore’s top financial regulator has barred public crypto advertisements and crypto ATMs from operations.
Pakistan’s Federal Agency to block crypto websites, report finds
Pakistan's leading investigation agency wants to block all crypto websites, citing money laundering issues involving cryptocurrencies.
Sweden’s inflation rate at a 29 year high, “transitory”
The inflation rate of the Swedish krona rose to a new 29-year record in December, following a world-wide trend in increasing inflation, and the 7.0 percent inflation in the U.S.
Why China’s crackdown on mining is actually good for Bitcoin
The ban on Proof-of-Work mining in China helped turn Bitcoin into a more resilient network.
US inflation rate hit 7% in December, four decade high
The U.S. Labor Department December inflation report shows the Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased to seven percent year-over-year. Crypto market is up on the news.
Jerome Powell softens regulatory stance against stablecoins, says can coexist with the Fed’s CBDC
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell signals that stablecoins will not be banned outright.
IMF fears spillovers between crypto and equity markets, questions the “light touch” regulatory approach
Crypto is no longer on the “fringe” of the financial system, said IMF concerned about the increasing correlation between cryptocurrencies and stocks.
Binance is embracing regulation as it eyes UAE for its next global hub
CZ is becoming a fixture in the UAE and wants to bring Binance into the country's booming crypto scene.
Polymarket to shut noncompliant markets, pay $1.4 million fine
Polymarket made its name as a decentralized information markets platform that allows users to bet on the outcome of real-world events, such as national inflation rates, political elections, reported cases of COVID-19 and political nominations.
The Estonian government is not banning crypto, but drafts legislation to tighten regulation
The drafted regulation incorporates the updated international AML/CFT standards–affecting crypto service providers licensed in Estonia, without proposing any new measures for customers.
SEBI chief asks Indian mutual funds to avoid investing in crypto offerings
Ajay Tyagi, the chief of SEBI, urged Indian mutual funds to refrain from investing in crypto offerings until the government introduces a proper regulatory law.
Stablecoin regulations: Where we are, and where we’re headed
How a sharp focus on stablecoins could be setting the stage for CBDCs.
Big Four accountancy firms clamp down on employee crypto disclosures
Staff are required to disclose crypto holdings from as little as $0.13, is this the start to further crackdowns?
This is how the central bank can bar Russians from buying Bitcoin
The central bank of Russia is considering a ban on all crypto-related card payments, experts revealed.
Senator Cynthia Lummis set to introduce a new crypto bill in next year
Bitcoin's most important advocate in Congress is planning to fully integrate crypto into the US financial system.
Arsenal FC faces regulatory heat in UK over ‘misleading’ fan token promos
The U.K. Advertising Standards Authority has banned two of Arsenal FC's ads for “for taking advantage of consumers’ inexperience in cryptoassets.”
Why is Singapore rejecting the majority of crypto licensing applications?
Less than 3% of digital payment token licenses have been approved, seemingly contradicting Singapore's crypto-friendly stance.
Indian crypto bill unlikely to be introduced in parliament this winter, report says
The much-awaited cryptocurrency bill is shelved again, as central authorities are yet to finalize changes in the bill.