Published on July 5th, 2018 | by bitcoin0
Daily: Malta, Crypto Bills, Dotcom loses appeal to new banks
In Malta the parliament has enacted three crypto bills into law, in Bermuda the authorities want to create a new type of crypto friendly banks, and in New Zealand Kim Dotcom has lost his extradition appeal.
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Malta Enacts Crypto Bills
The parliament of Malta has given the final approval on Wednesday evening for three bills meant to create a welcoming regulatory framework for crypto ventures.
“Through innovation, Malta is fast becoming a pioneer in economic innovation in order to strengthen its economy through the creation of a new economic niche.
This is resulting in other bigger countries following the footsteps that Malta took in this field,” the Digital Economy secretariat stated.
In other jurisdictions, banking has been the greatest challenge and for us in Bermuda, it is equally so and therefore it must be resolved.”
Kim Dotcom Loses Extradition Appeal
Kim Dotcom, the colorful file-sharing and crypto entrepreneur, has lost his latest extradition appeal.