Senator Cynthia Lummis Criticizes SEC Actions
Wyoming’s Senator Cynthia Lummis has expressed strong disapproval of the recent legal action taken by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) against Coinbase.
Satoshilabs Unveils KYC-Free P2P Bitcoin App “Vexl”
SatoshiLabs, the maker of Trezor hardware wallet, recently revealed the establishment of the Vexl Foundation during the BTC Prague conference.
“Bitcoin is in danger in US” warns hedge fund manager Paul Tudor
Paul Tudor expressed concerns about bitcoin’s situation in the United States, warning that it is in danger and that there are “real problems” surrounding the issue.
New app enables businesses in Philippines to accept bitcoin
Pouch Philippines has been assisting businesses in the Philippines by incorporating bitcoin as a viable payment option.
Pakistan to Launch Digital Currency “In Likeness of Bitcoin”
The State Bank of Pakistan has recently revealed its plan to develop its own digital currency, joining the ranks of countries attempting their own version of CBDC.
Iranian parliament warns central bank of Iran: CBDC project unlawful and unconstitutional, must be halted
The spokesperson for the Article 90 Commission in Iran, has stated that the issuance of the digital Rial CBDC by the Central Bank of I.R. Iran to be beyond its designated authority and should be halted immediately.
Bybit exchange pulls out of Canadian markets due to regulatory shifts
Bybit Exchange, has recently declared its intention to halt its operations in Canada due to recent regulatory modifications.
Can Bitcoin win against CBDCs?
While both bitcoin and CBDCs are digital money, that’s about where their similarities end. Let’s explore the difference between the two, in the context of the traditional financial system, to understand each of their intricacies.
New law could mandate South Korean officials to disclose their bitcoin holdings
The South Korean government is taking steps to implement new legislation that mandates officials to disclose their ownership of bitcoin.
Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy pledges to protect bitcoin against “intrusive surveillance”
Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a Democratic candidate for the presidency, strongly incorporated bitcoin into his campaign agenda.