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Regulators Discuss Controversial FATF Rule Before G20 Summit

CoinDesk
Prior to the upcoming G20 Summit, regulators are discussing the Financial Action Task Force's rule that would see cryptocurrency exchanges verifying $1,000 transactions, focusing on the kind of ramifications too much regulation can have.
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French Finance Minister Asks For Central Bank Review Of Facebook's Libra Cryptocurrency

Bloomberg
French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire has called on the Group of Seven central bank governors to prepare a July report regarding the financial aspects of Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency, as European Parliament members fear the social media platform could become a shadow bank.
NEWS
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What Financial Regulators Want To Know About Facebook's Cryptocurrency

Bloomberg
How much Facebook is too much Facebook? That's what financial regulators want to know as they look into Facebook's data-prying hands, and who the social media platform will pick to own and manage the giant data sets associated with Facebook's cryptocurrency.
NEWS
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Up To 40 Broker-Dealer Applications Wait For Approval From FINRA

CoinDesk
With some broker-dealer applications stuck in regulatory limbo for up to 14 months, firms ready to launch their regulated blockchain products in the US have been forced to wait while the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and the Securities and Exchange Commission deal with the "complex issues" present in the regulation of digital assets.
NEWS
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Nevada Governor Signs Lineup Of Blockchain Bills

CoinDesk
Over the course of the past two weeks, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak signed a wave a blockchain bills meant to help promote the growth of the technology throughout the state.
NEWS
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Cryptosphere Preps Itself For Controversial New FATF Regulation

Bloomberg
In nine days, a new Financial Action Task Force rule will require crypto-related businesses in about 200 countries, including the US, to verify the identity of anyone sending or receiving over $1,000 or 1,000 euros. Companies from crypto exchange Coinbase to asset manager Fidelity Investments will be expected to comply.
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Vancouver Mayor Wants To Ban Bitcoin ATMs, Despite The City's Early Adoption

CoinDesk
The Vancouver Police Department recently cited the lack of a central authority, and trouble with money laundering, as reasons the city should abandon its 76 bitcoin ATMs, prompting Mayor Kennedy Stewart to propose a city-wide ban.
NEWS
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Reserve Bank Of India Denies Involvement In Proposed Bill To Ban Crypto

Cointelegraph
After a report suggested that several government departments had backed a complete ban on the “sale, purchase and issuance of all types of cryptocurrency" in India, the RBI issued a statement claiming to have had no involvement in the proposed law.
NEWS
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Creator Of TV Series 'Big Brother' Sues Facebook For Fake Bitcoin Ads

Reuters
Dutch billionaire and businessman John de Mol, known for creating the "Big Brother" reality television show, has filed a lawsuit against Facebook, claiming the social media giant allowed fake ads on its platform that used de Mol's face and name to carry out bitcoin-related fraud.
NEWS
law and legislation

The SEC's Case Against Kik Could Have Ramifications For Other 2017 ICOs

CoinDesk
As more details have emerged regarding the case the US Securities and Exchange Commission has built against Kik and its Kin token ICO, the odds seem stacked in the agency's favor. A legal win for the SEC could spell trouble for other ICOs that were held around the same time.
NEWS
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The SEC Has Filed Suit Against Kik For Its 2017 ICO

CoinDesk
In 2017, messaging service Kik raised $100 million during its Kin token ICO. The US Securities and Exchange Commission now claims the ICO constituted an illegal securities offering.
NEWS
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FBI Publishes Questionnaire Targeting Potential QuadrigaCX Victims

CoinDesk
The Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigation Division, the U.S. Attorney General’s office for the District of Columbia, the Department of Justice’s Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section, and the FBI have all begun investigating the events of now-defunct Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX. The Bureau's own questionnaire specifically targets users who believe they may have been affected by QuadrigaCX's shutdown.
NEWS
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Facebook Meets With CFTC Members As GlobalCoin Moves Forward

Financial Times
Christopher Giancarlo, head of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, is in early talks with Facebook to help the commission better understand the social media giant's plans for its stablecoin, GlobalCoin.
NEWS
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SEC Director Of Corporate Finance Sees ICOs Becoming Exempt From Securities Laws

Decrypt
Speaking at today's SEC FinTech Forum 2019, Director of Corporate Finance William Hinman said he believes ICO-funded projects could become exempt from securities laws if they become sufficiently decentralized.
NEWS
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Wei Liu Registers Bitcoin White Paper Copyright, Challenging Craig Wright

Decrypt
Wei Liu's copyright registration was filed a week after Craig Wright announced his own copyright. Now Wright is ready to take Liu to court to "face a jail term" despite the fact that the maximum punishment for a false copyright claim is a $2,500 fine.
NEWS
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Congressional Report Gives A Peek At Bitcoin Adoption And Transaction Numbers

The Next Web
While transaction numbers for traditional cash options still tower over bitcoin usage, the report acknowledges that regulators will have to start considering the market for cryptocurrencies when working on new policies.
NEWS
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Kik Crowdfunds To Support Court Battle With SEC

CoinDesk
At DefendCrypto.org, individuals can donate in any of 19 cryptocurrencies. Along with using the funds in its own lawsuit with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, Kik hopes to raise money for other crypto-related businesses facing legal skirmishes with the regulatory agency.
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Montana Governor Signs Bill, Utility Tokens Exempt From Securities Laws

CoinDesk
While the recently signed bill exempts utility tokens from securities laws in the state of Montana, a plethora of specific conditions surround the ruling. These include how a token is marketed to investors and when its "consumptive purpose" becomes available to holders.
NEWS
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SEC Files Charges, Alleges Daniel Pacheco Ran Crypto Ponzi Scheme

CoinDesk
The US Securities and Exchange Commission is suing Daniel Pacheco, claiming he sold unregistered securities and raised $26 million with a crypto-related Ponzi scheme he ran through his companies IPro Solutions LLC and IPro Network LLC.
NEWS
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US Copyright Office Clarifies Craig Wright's Bitcoin Filing

CoinDesk
Earlier this week, a press representative for Craig Wright issued a press release claiming the US Copyright Office was the first government agency to recognize him as Satoshi Nakamoto. Now the Copyright Office has released its own statement, making it clear it did no such thing.