While some people make shallow Bitcoin criticism and most of them are easily refuted, others manage to go deeper and address issues of global concern to improve Bitcoin.
FATF remains vigilant and closely supervises the virtual asset sector and providers such as crypto-exchanges. The published guide will help countries and service providers “understand their obligations.”
Uruguay to regulate bitcoin The bill sees Bitcoin as an opportunity to attract investment. Bitcoin mining would be considered an industrial activity of national interest.
The American University of Paraguay has several locations throughout the country, such as in the capital Asuncion (Asuncion), Ciudad del Este (Ciudad del Este) and Encarnación (Encarnación).
The Central Bank of Portugal authorized two Bitcoin Exchanges, to legally working in that country. The two exchanges are Criptoloja and Mind The Coin. They received the permits in Portugal. The Exchanges are considered “virtual asset service providers.”
According to a Deutsche Bank Report, Bitcoin’s growing popularity is troubling governments and central banks. The last straw was the legalization of cryptocurrency in El Salvador. The institution claims that several politicians, authorities, bankers, and economists are calling for market regulation, and this regulation is intended to protect investors.
Decentralized finance (defi) space, has certainly been one of the year’s most headline-grabbing features. The billions of dollars of funds that surged into the ecosystem underscores the widespread interest in DeFi;