Thailand formally clarifies Cryptocurrency and Digital Tokens conceptsRead More
Digital Asset Business Decree by Thai government classifies virtual currencies in two categories. The first one is Cryptocurrencies which defined as a “medium of exchanging goods”, the second is Digital Tokens – “rights to participate in an investment, or to receive specific goods”, reports Bloomberg
Lithuania publishes ICO guidelines for regulation and taxation.Read More
Lithuania's Ministry of Finance has issued guidelines on ICOs, outlining when tokens would be regarded as securities and how each aspect of a token sale should be regulated by different laws in the country.
Japan is going to ban anonymous cryptocurrenciesRead More
The agency of financial services of Japan (FSA) have forbidden anonymous cryptocurrencies, the law comes into force since June 18. They consider that such cryptocurrencies lead to fraud and corruption.