Forex, Crypto and Offshore Industry News

On July 22 the Russian State Duma introduced new legal framework legalizing cryptocurrencies in Russia and also properly defining them. Draft law was approved by legislative branch in the third reading and the new... Read more >>
As the world is focusing on responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and financial crimes benefiting from COVID-19 fears skyrocketed in recent months the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) ... Read more >>
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is not major country that comes to mind when somebody talks about foreign exchanges, but there appears to be a growing trend where a number of companies are being established for the purpose ... Read more >>
The Central Bank of Lithuania announced in April of 2018 that it was exploring the possibility of issuing its own digital currency. Two years later, in July of 2020 Lithuania is about to issue the first central bank-produced digital ... Read more >>
Fintech giant PayPal could potentially be making an entrance into the cryptocurrency market by offering its clients the ability to buy and sell cryptocurrencies. PayPal plans to carry out direct sales of cryptocurrency to its 325 million users.... Read more >>
The COVID-19 has had large impact on our daily lives and it has changed the way we do business. Of course, there are many aspects of life that pandemic hasn’t changed, but the effects can be clearly found in the Forex and trading ... Read more >>
According to a report from blockchain forensics company CipherTrace losses from cryptocurrency crimes netted 1.4 billion USD in the first five months of 2020. This could be the second-highest value in losses linked to cryptocurrency crimes ... Read more >>
Bahamas is one of the most popular destinations for foreign exchange and CFD brokers, with the nation’s regulator - the Securities Commission (SC) of The Bahamas, is about to introduce a set of new regulations which stipulates... Read more >>
In 2017, the Albanian Central Bank issued a warning to citizens that digital currencies like Bitcoin were not under the direct supervision of the domestic banking sector regulations and that such assets carried high levels of risk.... Read more >>

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