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Fidelity to Expand Presence in Europe after MiCA Implementation

The forthcoming MiCA regulation aims to introduce a uniform set of rules and guidelines for crypto assets that currently operate outside the scope of traditional financial regulations. Fidelity Investments, one of the leading asset management companies in the United States, plans to establish its presence in Europe through its crypto subsidiary Fidelity Digital Assets.  The unit, launched in November 2018 to offer Wall Street investors the opportunity to buy and sell cryptocurrencies such...

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Coinbase Picks Ireland as Its Main Regulatory Hub in EU

Coinbase is looking to expand its footprint in Europe amid more crypto-friendly MiCA laws that will allow it to operate in all 27 EU states under a single license. In a major move, crypto exchange Coinbase Glonal Inc (NASDAQ: COIN) has decided that it will select Ireland as its regulatory hub in the entire EU region. Currently, Coinbase already has its presence in Ireland holding an office in Dublin since 2018. As of now, Ireland employs nearly 100 people in Ireland. Coinbase has applied...

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Will Binance Exit Europe? Analysts Weigh In

Binance – the world’s largest and most popular digital currency exchange – may not remain in Europe, according to various analysts. What Will Happen with Binance in Europe? Right now, Binance is being hit from both sides. In the U.S., for example, regulations are coming down hard. The company is the victim of a lawsuit filed against it by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and it has stated that it may shut down its America-based unit as a means of...

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Malta Begins Public Consultation to Align Crypto Rulebook to MiCA

Aside from the EU, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom have also made progress with crypto regulation. Malta’s Financial Services Authority (MFSA) has begun a public consultation on the proposed changes to its crypto rulebook. The regulator circulated a draft document representing the revised version of its crypto regulation on Monday. Malta issued the rulebook for the first time in February 2019. Since then, the document has passed through five revisions to align it with best practices...

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SweePay vertreibt erste wiederaufladbare Bitcoin-Karte

Daswiederaufladbare Bitcoin-Wallet Start2Coin in Formeiner Zahlungskarte wird von dem Fintech-Unternehmen SweePay AG vertrieben, das Zahlungsdienstleistungen anbietet und Eigentümer der Marke ist. Das digitale und wiederaufladbare Wallet ist einfach und schnell in der Anwendung. Es soll den Kauf virtueller Währungen möglichst vielen Menschen zugänglich machen und setzt keine besonderen Vorkenntnisse über die Blockchain oder virtuelle digitale Assets voraus. Um die Benutzererfahrung zu...

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Coinbase to Prioritize Crypto Markets Outside of US in Its Expansion Strategy

Coinbase’s vice presidents for international business and international policy are clearly dissatisfied with the regulatory situation in the United States. Coinbase is strategically expanding its cryptocurrency exchange services globally, with a particular emphasis on markets with clear regulatory frameworks. In its short-term expansion strategy, Coinbase is prioritizing countries outside the United States based on their well-defined cryptocurrency regulations. Notable countries in this...

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Euro Stablecoin Market Set to Grow with Real-World Applications and Clear Regulations

CoinspeakerEuro Stablecoin Market Set to Grow with Real-World Applications and Clear Regulations Meanwhile, the European Union has recently proposed a comprehensive regulation called the Markets in Crypto-Assets (MiCA). MiCA aims to offer legal certainty and consumer protection for crypto-asset issuers and service providers. Euro Stablecoin Market Set to Grow with Real-World Applications and Clear Regulations

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Binance Rescinds Decision to Delist Privacy Coins as It Complies with EU Regulations

Binance will not delist privacy coins in Europe, opting instead to review its classification of assets in line with EU law. Binance has reviewed its decision to delist several privacy coins in Europe. The exchange will no longer delist these coins as it works to comply with regulations stipulated by European authorities. Binance will now reclassify privacy coins to satisfy regulations. In a recent comment, Binance said: “After carefully considering feedback from our community and...

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Gemini to Set Up Its Base in Europe, Headquarters to Be Opened in Dublin

Gemini also plans to expand its workforce after the EU adopted the new Markets in Crypto-Assets Regulations (MiCA), which were formally approved on May 16. Cryptocurrency firm Gemini has revealed that Dublin, Ireland, will be the home of its new European headquarters. On May 25, Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, owners of the crypto firm, told reporters that the established technology and innovation community, a strong regulatory landscape, and a huge talent pool were all factors that...

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