For the first time, a stablecoin pegged to the Swiss franc (CHF) crosses the 10 mio. mark and enters the dollar-dominated arena.
How has crypto regulation evolved in recent years? A summarizing overview of the most significant events all over the globe.
Under Gary Gensler’s leadership, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is attempting to gain jurisdiction over the crypto industry.
In the current energy crisis, voices around Bitcoin’s electricity consumption are getting louder. A detailed analysis of the facts.
After the execution order on March 9, the Biden administration published the first framework for the regulation of crypto assets.
With the “Platinum EVZ Bulls” NFTs, EV Zug is the first Swiss ice hockey club to take a step into the vibrant crypto ecosystem.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is surveying crypto firms operating in the city-state ahead of a planned regulatory overhaul.
Recent events surrounding the NFT credit protocol BendDAO revealed the danger of a liquidation spiral in the NFT markets.
The South Korean technology giant Samsung is looking to expand its crypto engagement with a standalone crypto exchange.
Since 2019, the BCBS has been working to include banks’ crypto asset exposure and respective guidelines in the Basel Framework.
The South African Reserve Bank has issued guidelines to govern the handling and regulation of cryptocurrencies.
With the increasing use of cryptocurrencies, the declaration in the tax return plays an important role: the particular case of Switzerland.
Since the fall of Terra’s UST, regulatory authorities around the world have increased their engagement with stablecoins as an industry.
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) continue to prove themselves as drivers for wide adoption of cryptocurrencies and blockchains like Ethereum.
SushiSwap’s decentralized governance is facing several issues amid a growing regulatory crackdown on the broad market of crypto exchanges.
Key US lawmakers have had to delay the first bipartisan bill on mitigating stablecoin risks due to the extensive discussion in congress.