1. SEC Postpones VanEck Bitcoin ETF Decision to February 27, 2019
  2. Hyperledger Committee Confirms New Modular Cryptography Software Library for DLT Development
  3. G20 Countries Agree to Regulate Cryptocurrencies as per FATF Standards
  4. Crypto Bank CEO Found Guilty of Embezzlement of ICO Funds
  5. Amber Baldet supports the needs of enterprises and decentralized blockchain
  6. Hong Kong-based Crypto Exchange Bit-Z starts its XRP-USD Trading pair
  7. Israeli Company introduces Three Cryptocurrency Investment Funds
  8. Italian Securities Watchdog Orders Unauthorized Crypto Companies
  9. Crypto hedge funds closing up shop soon, says Morgan Creek
  10. Litecoin Looks Positive Going Forward
  11. Recent Stability of Bitcoin makes Fundstrat’s Tom Lee ‘Pleasantly Surprised’
  12. Brazilian Bitcoin Exchange wins in court verdict against Banks
  13. German Finance Regulator Considers International Regulations ‘Desirable’ for ICOs
  14. Canadian Bitcoin Exchange ‘MapleChange’ Hacked, Declares on Twitter
  15. Net Neutrality Killer Ajit Pai Eyeing Blockchain Regulations
  16. Bitfury a Huge European Crypto Mining Firm Considers Going Public
  17. Bitfinex’ Sharp Response on Phantom Tether Trading Volume Reports
  18. Taiwan to formulate ICO Regulations, according to Securities Regulator Chairman
  19. Binance’s Positive Initiative to Eliminate Money Laundering
  20. ING Bank to Introduce Open Source Privacy Improvement Add-On for Blockchains
  21. Most Popular Hacker George Hotz says Bitcoin Cash is the ‘Real Bitcoin’
  22. Bitpay to Provide Stablecoin Support for Merchant Settlement
  23. A Leading Cryptocurrency Exchange OKEx to Support Four Stablecoins at Once
  24. Blockchain Phones aren’t Far Anymore: HTC Exodus to Introduce on October 22
  25. Ex-Coinbase Executive Adam White to join ICE’s Crypto platform Bakkt as COO
  26. Crypto Hacks Caused Around $1 Billion Loss, So Far This Year
  27. XP Investimentos’ Crypto Exchange Won’t Enable Users to Deposit or Withdraw Bitcoin
  28. Roger Ver: Bitcoin.Com May Introduce Its Own Crypto Exchange
  29. CFTC Constraints Harder on Cryptocurrency Scam under Trump’s Administration
  30. Blockchain Startup to Fund British Masters Tournament
  31. Israel Securities Authority Adopts Blockchain to Improve Cybersecurity
  32. Bill Clinton Acknowledged Blockchain’s Immense Potential
  33. Siam Commercial Bank First to Experience Updated Ripplenet’s Multi-hop Payments Feature
  34. Ethereum to Rebound Strongly Towards the End of 2019: Tom Lee
  35. TD Bank to add blockchain and AI Solutions
  36. North Korea Multiplies the Crypto Usage to Refrain from US Sanctions
  37. Cryptocurrency Needs Regulation to Survive
  38. Binance Crypto Exchange Introduces Binance Info 2.0 
  39. Cryptocurrency market drops
  40. Coinbase Introduces Four New GBP Crypto Trading Pairs
  41. U.S. Federal Court Started Using Cryptocurrency For Bail Of Hacker Charged Of Breaking Computer Network
  42. Recent slump not a setback: says the Ethereum founder.
  43. Australia Based Legaler Raises $1.5 Million To Create Blockchain For The Future Of Legal Services
  44. Utility of several top cryptocurrency questionable, says a study.
  45. Sinking Bitcoin Helps Crypto Miners Profit
  46. LuneX a Crypto Based VC Fund Driven by Golden Gate Ventures in South East Asia
  47. What makes the crypto markets “weak”?
  48. The Blockchain Technology Used By West Virginia To Accommodate The Numerous Votes For The Upcoming Midterm Elections
  49. The USA’s Largest Financial Services Market Is To Incorporate The Blockchain Technology To Streamline a Variety Of Sectors
  50. A Lawsuit In China Against Cryptocurrency Exchange “Okcoin” For Declining Certain Bitcoin Cash Related Transaction
  51. Highly prestigious operator in the stock exchange sector to launch a market based on Bitcoin.
  52. Evolution of Blockchain as a Global Phenomenon – The industry has come a long way
  53. XRP Led Cryptocurrency Exchange By AlphaPoint
  54. South Carolina state authorities desist previously enforced regulations on blockchain implementation
  55. HTC and crypto currency: virtual currency in the smart phone market.
  56. Crypto currency: the strife of RBI continues.
  57. United Kingdom set to become the world leader in cryptocurrency industry
  58. Resuscitation of the crypto currency markets.
  59. Cobinhood crypto exchange announces exciting feature promoting crypto-to-fiat transaction
  60. WEX exchange and its spectacular technical goof ups.
  61. Digital currency can take over traditional currency by overcoming Finance sector obstacles
  62. Virtual Currency enters academics
  63. The newest Ripple (Pun intended).
  64. BIS chief makes the headlines by stating the negative impacts of cryptocurrency on economy
  65. India lagging in virtual currency as RBI wins the legal battle.
  66. Ibinex: So far so good.
Tuesday, December 11, 2018
  1. SEC Postpones VanEck Bitcoin ETF Decision to February 27, 2019
  2. Hyperledger Committee Confirms New Modular Cryptography Software Library for DLT Development
  3. G20 Countries Agree to Regulate Cryptocurrencies as per FATF Standards
  4. Crypto Bank CEO Found Guilty of Embezzlement of ICO Funds
  5. Amber Baldet supports the needs of enterprises and decentralized blockchain
  6. Hong Kong-based Crypto Exchange Bit-Z starts its XRP-USD Trading pair
  7. Israeli Company introduces Three Cryptocurrency Investment Funds
  8. Italian Securities Watchdog Orders Unauthorized Crypto Companies
  9. Crypto hedge funds closing up shop soon, says Morgan Creek
  10. Litecoin Looks Positive Going Forward
  11. Recent Stability of Bitcoin makes Fundstrat’s Tom Lee ‘Pleasantly Surprised’
  12. Brazilian Bitcoin Exchange wins in court verdict against Banks
  13. German Finance Regulator Considers International Regulations ‘Desirable’ for ICOs
  14. Canadian Bitcoin Exchange ‘MapleChange’ Hacked, Declares on Twitter
  15. Net Neutrality Killer Ajit Pai Eyeing Blockchain Regulations
  16. Bitfury a Huge European Crypto Mining Firm Considers Going Public
  17. Bitfinex’ Sharp Response on Phantom Tether Trading Volume Reports
  18. Taiwan to formulate ICO Regulations, according to Securities Regulator Chairman
  19. Binance’s Positive Initiative to Eliminate Money Laundering
  20. ING Bank to Introduce Open Source Privacy Improvement Add-On for Blockchains
  21. Most Popular Hacker George Hotz says Bitcoin Cash is the ‘Real Bitcoin’
  22. Bitpay to Provide Stablecoin Support for Merchant Settlement
  23. A Leading Cryptocurrency Exchange OKEx to Support Four Stablecoins at Once
  24. Blockchain Phones aren’t Far Anymore: HTC Exodus to Introduce on October 22
  25. Ex-Coinbase Executive Adam White to join ICE’s Crypto platform Bakkt as COO
  26. Crypto Hacks Caused Around $1 Billion Loss, So Far This Year
  27. XP Investimentos’ Crypto Exchange Won’t Enable Users to Deposit or Withdraw Bitcoin
  28. Roger Ver: Bitcoin.Com May Introduce Its Own Crypto Exchange
  29. CFTC Constraints Harder on Cryptocurrency Scam under Trump’s Administration
  30. Blockchain Startup to Fund British Masters Tournament
  31. Israel Securities Authority Adopts Blockchain to Improve Cybersecurity
  32. Bill Clinton Acknowledged Blockchain’s Immense Potential
  33. Siam Commercial Bank First to Experience Updated Ripplenet’s Multi-hop Payments Feature
  34. Ethereum to Rebound Strongly Towards the End of 2019: Tom Lee
  35. TD Bank to add blockchain and AI Solutions
  36. North Korea Multiplies the Crypto Usage to Refrain from US Sanctions
  37. Cryptocurrency Needs Regulation to Survive
  38. Binance Crypto Exchange Introduces Binance Info 2.0 
  39. Cryptocurrency market drops
  40. Coinbase Introduces Four New GBP Crypto Trading Pairs
  41. U.S. Federal Court Started Using Cryptocurrency For Bail Of Hacker Charged Of Breaking Computer Network
  42. Recent slump not a setback: says the Ethereum founder.
  43. Australia Based Legaler Raises $1.5 Million To Create Blockchain For The Future Of Legal Services
  44. Utility of several top cryptocurrency questionable, says a study.
  45. Sinking Bitcoin Helps Crypto Miners Profit
  46. LuneX a Crypto Based VC Fund Driven by Golden Gate Ventures in South East Asia
  47. What makes the crypto markets “weak”?
  48. The Blockchain Technology Used By West Virginia To Accommodate The Numerous Votes For The Upcoming Midterm Elections
  49. The USA’s Largest Financial Services Market Is To Incorporate The Blockchain Technology To Streamline a Variety Of Sectors
  50. A Lawsuit In China Against Cryptocurrency Exchange “Okcoin” For Declining Certain Bitcoin Cash Related Transaction
  51. Highly prestigious operator in the stock exchange sector to launch a market based on Bitcoin.
  52. Evolution of Blockchain as a Global Phenomenon – The industry has come a long way
  53. XRP Led Cryptocurrency Exchange By AlphaPoint
  54. South Carolina state authorities desist previously enforced regulations on blockchain implementation
  55. HTC and crypto currency: virtual currency in the smart phone market.
  56. Crypto currency: the strife of RBI continues.
  57. United Kingdom set to become the world leader in cryptocurrency industry
  58. Resuscitation of the crypto currency markets.
  59. Cobinhood crypto exchange announces exciting feature promoting crypto-to-fiat transaction
  60. WEX exchange and its spectacular technical goof ups.
  61. Digital currency can take over traditional currency by overcoming Finance sector obstacles
  62. Virtual Currency enters academics
  63. The newest Ripple (Pun intended).
  64. BIS chief makes the headlines by stating the negative impacts of cryptocurrency on economy
  65. India lagging in virtual currency as RBI wins the legal battle.
  66. Ibinex: So far so good.
G20 Countries Agree to Regulate Cryptocurrencies as per FATF Standards

G20 Countries have declared and jointly signed an agreement in Bueno Aires, whereby these countries promise to regulate cryptocurrency and combat its negative use for illegal activities like money laundering, financing terrorism in accordance with the regulations and standards of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).

According to Section 25 of the declaration forum, it states that “G20 countries will regulate the assets of the cryptocurrency in-order to regulate and counter-attack illegal activities like money laundering and financing of terrorism in line with Financial Action Task Force regulations and if needed, will consider other responses as well.”

Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) created FATF, as a policy to build an organization to fight money laundering and the financing of terrorists. Earlier this year, this organization has already begun its discussion to introduce certain bound rules which would govern global exchanges of cryptocurrency. Until now the organization has already sought out the current rules to accommodate new market realities.

Sources say that, according to the G20 declaration, the remaining responses will be considered whenever needed, these countries would also likely continue monitoring the global economy which is being rapidly digitalized, adding that they might seek a consensus-based solution to address the impacts of economy digitalization on the international tax system. Past July, the G20 forum issued a communiqué, whereby the end of October, it sought to apply for anti-money laundering standards for the cryptocurrency. During that time these G20 countries stated that all of its member countries would monitor the crypto industry while claiming that this sector might not pose a financial threat.

Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, who is the head of the Financial Stability Board has been a regulator, who was commissioned by the forum to monitor the cryptocurrency market strictly and prepare for development of a framework for tracking the crypto market. He had published a domain of metrics which would be useful to monitor the cryptocurrency, and he believes that it might bring sanity to these markets. By making a partnership with the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures, the Financial Stability Board’s framework was developed. The FSB states that “The objective of this framework is to search timely concerns of the emerging financial stability. It also includes the risk metrics using data from public sources that are likely to highlight these risks whenever available.”

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