The Kazakhstan government has announced its intentions to make the country host to “the most favourable business climate” for cryptocurrency and fintech companies. The announcement comes from Kazakhstan’s Astana International Financial Center (AIFC), which plans to operate in collaboration between Deloitte, Waves, Kesarev Consulting, and Ukrainian law firm Justcutum in order to develop a “highly progressive regulatory framework” for blockchain and
Mothership, a new token market, exchange, cloud hosting platform and wallet providing blockchain financial services, has been introduced to the Estonian eResidency program. The e-Residency offered by Estonia is a government-issued digital ID available to anyone in the world. A legally binding signature (a pair of identity-linked RSA keys), e-Residency allows applicants to register an EU based company entirely online.
An upcoming meeting of the Uniform Law Commission (ULC) is likely to change how law enforcement across the U.S. approaches bitcoin. Right now, the meeting is under the radar, but its fallout could soon make a pivotal debate flare on a state-by-state level. Also Read: Scheduled Scaling Updates for the Bitcoin Network Are Getting Closer To Regulate or Not to Regulate?
The Turkish government is preparing to initiate a two-year plan designed to crush illegal gambling within the nation. Among the regulations currently under consideration by the Turkish government are measures intended to prevent the use of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies for illegal gambling activities. Also Read: Bitwala Steps Up to Replace PayPal with Bitcoin in Turkey The Turkish State Will Introduce