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Is 2023 the year of Bitcoin’s death?
A blogpost by European Central Bank representatives has remarked that the current turmoil being seen in the crypto markets is ‘Bitcoin’s last stand’.
Central African Republic joins El Savador in making Bitcoin legal tender
The Central African Republic has become the second country globally to adopt Bitcoin as an official currency following El Salvador’s introduction last year.
China bans all cryptocurrencies in huge virtual currency crackdown
The People’s Bank of China (POB) has officially announced that all transactions including cryptocurrencies are illegal with immediate effect.
El Salvador becomes first country to make Bitcoin a legal currency
The government of El Salvador has passed a bill that will see Bitcoin join the US dollar as legal tender in the country.
NatWest to block cryptocurrency payments following earlier FCA warning
UK retail bank NatWest will not accept payments in cryptocurrencies, according to the company’s head of risk Morten Friis.
UK Chancellor examines case for new ‘Britcoin’ digital currency
UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has told the Bank of England (BOE) to look at the case for a potential ‘Britcoin’ or central-bank-backed digital currency.
Florida regulator seeks financial services modernisation reform
A top financial regulator from Florida is hoping to modernise the state’s policy stance on cryptocurrencies, banking and securities to become more competitive.
270 service deposit addresses drive more than half of cryptocurrency money...
More than half of the world's cryptocurrency money laundering is made through 270 service deposit addresses, according to new research.
What’s going on with bitcoin?
Bitcoin has been on a roller coaster ride over the past year, but the reason behind its recent record spikes may not be what you think.
SEC charges three individuals for defrauding investors in a bitcoin scheme
A US regulator has charged three individuals for taking part in a bitcoin fraud that cost investors more than $11m.