Bitcoin today and the news continues as more countries start to work on regulation for Bitcoin Enterprises. Malaysia’s central bank is planning to draft cryptocurrency regulations by the end of this year, yet another proactive country added to the growing list. It is now reported that the Chinese authorities may be moving toward a broad clampdown on Bitcoin, including peer-to-peer (P2P) exchanges and over-the-counter (OTC) trading platforms. All this activity is often seen as negative vs positive by some, yet regulation of Bitcoin Enterprises gives legitimacy to the market – a really good thing.
Other news headlines:
The Financial Commission, an independent entity that certifies trading products and provides external dispute resolution services to the finance industry, has issued ICO certification to Genesis Vision.
The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) announced it had shut down Quid Pro Quo Association, Digital Trading AG and Marcelco Group AG – An alleged cryptocurrency scam in the sales of a so-called “E-Coin” cryptocurrency.
Expedia, the giant pro-Bitcoin online travel company, has worldwide expansion plans – expanding the company’s presence into Europe and Asia. Become a Bitcoin Globe Trotter with Expedia!
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