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Ukraine Announces Plan to Legalize Cryptocurrencies, Will ”Create Understandable Conditions”
Ukraine is one of many countries in which cryptocurrencies are in murky regulatory waters. Now it looks as if this might soon change, as Ukrainian news outlets are reporting that state officials are looking to legalize cryptocurrencies by 2021. The news that Ukraine is looking to more accurately define and regulate cryptocurrencies was also corroborated by the nation’s state information and news outlet ”Ukrinform” on October 26. According to the…
Blockchain
Alibaba Cloud Launches A Global Blockchain Service 
The cloud computing part of China’s largest online retailer Alibaba has announced that they have expanded their blockchain as a service (BaaS) beyond their domestic borders. Alibaba’s statement disclosed that BaaS would be offered to major global markets including South East Asia, The U.S. and Europe. Alibaba Cloud’s blockchain service provides an enterprise-level platform service based on blockchain technologies and helps customers build a secure and stable environment for blockchain…
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WORLD CRYPTO CON LAUNCHES BLOCKCHAIN SUMMIT, ARIA HOTEL, LAS VEGAS, 31st OCTOBER 2018 
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FCC Chairman Brings up Blockchain, Mentions Need for New Regulations so New Technologies Will Not Be Disadvantaged
Many cryptocurrency and blockchain supporters have long lambasted governments and regulators across the world for a lack of flexibility to work with new and upcoming technologies. The chairman of the American telecom regulator, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Ajit Pai has now stated that the US should not ”disadvantage” emerging technologies, such as blockchain technology, through holding on to outdated and firm regulations and rules. These comments were made…