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Crypto Exchange CEX.IO Expands US Service to Cover 31 States

Cryptocurrency exchange CEX.io now operates in 31 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. Since launching a U.S. office early in July, the London, U.K.-based firm says its compliance team has been working with regulators to satisfy the required checks and audits and be granted money transmitter licenses in the new states. Following that

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Fidelity’s Digital Assets Department Seeks New York State’s Trust License

Several financial companies are jumping on the crypto bang wagon for some promising reasons. Fidelity, an American multinational financial services corporation based in Boston, has launched its digital assets arm, Fidelity Digital Assets Services (FDAS) back in October 2018 to offer crypto-custody services to large size institutions and organizations.Fidelity has

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United States Residents Will Lose Access to Many Altcoins Starting in September

Crypto enthusiasts living in the United States will have no trading options for a many cryptocurrencies when the major crypto exchange Binance becomes unavailable for them in September, according to a report by CryptoPotato on June 14.The report draws this conclusion based on the following table, which shows which

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Federal Preemption or States’ Rights? Crypto Advocates Clash Over Regulatory Approaches

It is easy to think of the most prominent blockchain advocates as a united front, whose ranks are tightly closed in the face of the common enemy — a horde of fierce crypto critics, unwieldy regulators, anti-money laundering zealots, “bitcoin is a scam”-ers, and the stakeholders of the old,

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