Today we had an opportunity of interviewing with Mr. Lv Haitao, an attorney with Beijing Yingke Law Firm in China. Mr. Lv Haitao has the ability and experiences to handle civil and commercial disputes and criminal cases. He has a deep understanding of the e-commerce industry and the blockchain industry in China. Mr. Lv is… Continue reading Interview with attorney Mr. Lv Haitao of Yingke on Chinese crypto and blockchain
The Central Bank of the Republic of China on Taiwan (ROC) has recommended that Bitcoin trading should be regulated under the Ministry of Justice’s anti money laundering (AML) regulations. ROC Ministry of Finance said it will push for the regulation of cryptocurrencies under same AML rules already covering the traditional financial sector.
The Chinese Government continues to try and contain all trading of tokens on crypto platforms from within China. We are hearing from our contacts in China that the Government is now clamping down on banks and individuals who are using offshore platforms to conduct trading activity. The Government has warned the banks, businesses and individuals… Continue reading Chinese government trying to close all avenues of crypto trading
(Source: Aljazeera) Taiwanese police have arrested four men over a bitcoin robbery worth five million Taiwanese dollars ($170,000) in what the police said is the first case of its kind on the island. Bitcoin is a virtual currency created from computer code that allows anonymous transactions and its value has soared since it came into… Continue reading First bitcoin robbery in Taiwan leads to four arrests