Bank of Russia Pushes to Introduce Liability for Illegal Use of Digital Assets

The monetary authority in Moscow, the Bank of Russia, wants those who use cryptocurrencies against the law to be held accountable. The financial regulator has proposed the introduction of legal …

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Austria Plans to Tax Cryptocurrencies Like Stocks, Vows Equal Treatment

As a growing number of governments are looking to tap into crypto profits, authorities in Austria have indicated their intention to tax gains from digital asset investments just like those …

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UK Government Survey Shows 45% of Britons Would Ban Cryptocurrencies for Environmental Reasons

Just before the 26th United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference (COP-26), the UK government polled 3,071 adults from Britain to ask them their opinions on cryptocurrencies and the crypto industry’s …

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The Crypto Economy Soars Past $3 Trillion — Momentum of Value Grew Much Faster Than Apple’s Market Valuation

On November 8, 2021, the cryptocurrency economy’s market capitalization reached the $3 trillion mark after gathering significant value over the course of 12 years. The overall value of the 10,464 …

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Silk Road 2 Admin Forfeits $667,000 in Bitcoin to British Law Enforcement

According to reports, the founder of the now-defunct Silk Road 2 marketplace has forfeited more than half-million dollars worth of bitcoin to British authorities. White’s Silk Road 2 admin handle …

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Russia Not Ready for Bitcoin as Legal Tender, Putin’s Spokesman Peskov Says

Russia has no reason to recognize bitcoin, President Putin’s press secretary has noted after El Salvador became the first country to adopt the digital coin as legal tender. In a …

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