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Uruguay Is Calling for Crypto Regulation

The government of Uruguay in South America has introduced a new bill that would see all cryptocurrency-related activity being regulated within the nation’s borders. Uruguay Wants to Regulate Crypto Under the new bill, central banks would serve as the ultimate regulatory authority. The status of cryptocurrencies and digital assets would be fully outlined in the bill, and all companies that delve in digital tokens or in blockchain would fall under the supervision of what’s...

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Paraguay President Benitez Rejects Crypto Mining Regulation

Mario Abdo Benitez – the president of Paraguay – has rejected a crypto mining bill that would have brought a certain level of regulation to an industry that has grown so popular in recent years. Benitez Doesn’t Want to Regulate Crypto Mining The bill calls for two specific things. Number one, it asks for committees and agencies throughout the country to explore the benefits of mining to see if it could potentially be transformed into an industrial activity. This would...

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Future FinTech Picks Paraguay to Host Its New Crypto Mining Site

Blockchain and e-commerce firm Future FinTech Group Inc. is looking to build a new crypto mining farm in the South American nation of Paraguay. Future FinTech Brings Crypto Mining to South America The country’s minister of social development and the mayor of the city of Coronel Oviedo announced that they’ve had discussions with many of the firm’s executives regarding the development of its plans and the proposed site. In addition, the former deputy minister of national...

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