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About the future of cryptocurrency: 10 main messages from the G20 summit

About the future of cryptocurrency: 10 main messages from the G20 summit

Last week in Buenos Aires, Argentina, hosted the summit of “Big twenty”, the group of 20 largest economies in the world. Regulation of bitcoin has become one of the main topics discussed between representatives of States. The importance of all that was said in Argentina, can not be understated. The decisions taken by the g-20… More

The G20 will decide how to regulate crypto-currencies until July 2018

The G20 will decide how to regulate crypto-currencies until July 2018

Speaking on Tuesday after a meeting of Finance Ministers “big twenty” in Buenos Aires, the Chairman of the Central Bank of Argentina Federico Sturzenegger said that the present member countries agreed that the cryptocurrency should be regulated somehow, but in order to make some specific suggestions require more information. During the press conference, he noted… More

G20 and cryptocurrency: cryptocurrency is an asset, not money

G20 and cryptocurrency: cryptocurrency is an asset, not money

The draft G20 document that was made available to Bloomberg, it is argued that cryptocurrencies “have the attributes of a sovereign currency”. This means that the G20 believes cryptocurrency is an asset rather than a currency. According to Bloomberg, the question of how to categorize crypto-currencies should be discussed today. Klaas Knot, Chairman of the… More

The Finance Ministers of France and Germany called for discussion of cryptocurrencies in the framework of the “big twenty”

The Finance Ministers of France and Germany called for discussion of cryptocurrencies in the framework of the “big twenty”

The Ministers of France and Germany called on the group of countries of “big twenty” to discuss joint actions against cryptocurrencies ahead of the summit, to be held next month. According to Reuters, in a letter addressed to the Argentine government, which currently heads the G20 – French Finance Minister Bruno Le Meir, Minister of… More