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WASHINGTON: Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on Wednesday said one of the stronger arguments for the U.S. central bank to set up a digital currency is that it could undercut the need for private alternatives such as cryptocurrencies and stablecoins.
SINGAPORE: Singapore does not plan to regulate cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, but will remain alert to money laundering and other potential risks stemming from their use, the head of the country’s central bank said.
NEW YORK: Authorities around the world worry that cryptocurrencies could become tax havens.
CRYPTOCURRENCIES are back in vogue largely after Tesla invested US$1.5bil in Bitcoin. Since late 2020, cryptocurrencies dominated by bitcoin, have been on a wild ride.
KUALA LUMPUR: There is a high level of awareness of cryptocurrencies in Malaysia but the same does not apply to initial coins offerings (ICOs), which also comes under the crypto assets category, revealed a survey by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
HONG KONG: Bitcoin slumped as much as 20%, giving more impetus to a January selloff in cryptocurrencies, after South Korea’s finance minister repeated that the country may ban trading in one of the world’s most active markets.
TAIPEI: New York University professor and outspoken blockchain critic Nouriel Roubini has unleashed another fiery tirade against cryptocurrencies in front of hundreds of crypto enthusiasts – and he wants everyone to know it.
India and China come down hard due to concerns of financial market stability, illegal fundraising
Financial firms and governments overwhelmingly see cryptocurrencies as risky, a major survey found on Sept 29, with the potential for bitcoin and other digital tokens for use in money laundering and sanctions busting among the chief worries.