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Crypto Investor Paradigm Argues Infrastructure Providers Should Not Be Subject to US Treasury Sanctions

Paradigm acknowledged that sanctions can be an important tool to preserve national security, but said it believes base layer participants merely record and order data (which may include sanctioned addresses), but do not actively control sanctioned assets. Paradigm further suggested that stringent regulation would eventually push blockchain innovation offshore, making

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Hubble Protocol Launches Kamino Finance to Optimize Yields for Liquidity Providers on Solana – Press release Bitcoin News

press release PRESS RELEASE. LONDON | August 30, 2022 – Hubble Protocol, home of the USDH stablecoin, has launched Kamino Finance: the first concentrated liquidity market maker (CLMM) optimizer of its kind on the Solana blockchain. Kamino Finance, launching initially on next-generation decentralized exchange (DEX) Orca, will allow users to earn

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Ethiopia-Based Crypto Service Providers Told to Register With the Country’s Cybersecurity Agency – Regulation Bitcoin News

Cryptocurrency service providers operating in Ethiopia are now required to register with the country’s cybersecurity agency known as the Information Network Security Administration (INSA), a report has said. According to the agency, legal measures will be applied to crypto entities that fail to comply with its registration call. INSA Tasked

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Philippine Regulator Warns the Public of Engaging With Foreign Crypto Service Providers – Regulation Bitcoin News

The central bank of the Philippines, the primary regulator of the country’s crypto sector, has warned investors about engaging with unregistered and foreign crypto service providers. They “may present additional challenges on enforcing legal recourse and consumer protection and redress mechanisms for local customers, among others,” the regulator said. The Philippine

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Decentralized storage providers power the Web3 economy, but adoption still underway

The promise of owning and managing one’s own data is revolutionary, creating increasing interest in Web3 platforms and applications. For instance, recent findings show that the Web3 market was estimated to be worth around $2.9 billion last year, yet this number is expected to reach $23.3 billion by 2028. Web3

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UK financial markets bill authorizes regulation of stablecoins, service providers

The Financial Services and Markets Bill was introduced into the UK Parliament on July 20. The comprehensive bill, which was meant to preserve the UK’s leading place in the financial world post-Brexit, repealed retained EU laws, reformed certain insurance laws, supported victims of financial fraud and established new growth and

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Financial Superintendence of Colombia Presents Project to Regulate Crypto Service Providers – Bitcoin News

The Financial Superintendence of Colombia presented a project that seeks to bring clarity to how links between banks and virtual asset service providers (VASPs) will be handled in the future. The document defines certain key concepts and determines a set of prerequisites that banks need to verify before accepting virtual

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South African Crypto Investors and Service Providers Told of Legal and Tax Implications of Central Bank’s Plan – Regulation Bitcoin News

South African tax consultancy firm Tax Consulting SA, has said the recent announcement by the central bank — that will start to regulate cryptocurrency in 12 to 18 months — has legal and tax implications for both crypto investors and organizations providing intermediary services. The firm, however, says the South

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Regulate Ledgers and Not Individual Crypto Providers, BIS Study Says

That hits the nub of why regulators and the crypto world are often in such conflict. Traditional financial regulations are focused on institutions such as banks, and it isn’t easy to shoehorn blockchain payments or smart contracts into that model. In practice, regulators tend to look for intermediaries on to

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