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Why Blockchain Firms Shouldn’t Ignore New EU Cybersecurity Laws
  Jacek Czarnecki is an attorney at Warsaw-based law firm Wardynski & Partners, where he specializes in areas including FinTech, digital [...]
European Securities and Markets Authority Urges Caution With Blockchain Tech
  Distributed ledger technology (DLT) and blockchains have caught the attention of many sectors, particularly the finance industry, due to their [...]
Europe Lays Out Roadmap to Restrict Payments in Cash and Cryptocurrencies
  Cash and cryptocurrencies have been the target of the European Commission’s anti-money laundering efforts. Recently, the Commission published a [...]
Power to the People: Blockchain Replaces Government in Europe
  Until very recently, Blockchain has been mostly associated with Bitcoin – the digital currency built on top of it. Not trying to underestimate the [...]
As BlockShow Europe 2017 Approaches, More Conference Details are Revealed
  Less and less time remains until April 6th – the day when Alte Kongresshalle, Munich, will open its doors for one of the most promising [...]
EU Watchdog: Blockchain Security Should Be Concern For Finance Firms
  Financial firms need to be mindful of cybersecurity challenges as they look to integrate blockchain, a top IT agency for the European Union said [...]
ECB Actively Considering Cash-Like Central Bank Digital Currency
  In a speech on Monday, Yves Mersch, Member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank (ECB), discussed how the bank could design, issue, [...]
Brexit Blues: Why Dublin is Turning Into a Haven for Blockchain
  In the wake of Brexit, the Republic of Ireland could become the go-to European hub for FinTech companies, and among them, its many specialists in [...]
UK Exchange Coinfloor Embraces ‘No-Fee’ Bitcoin Trading
  London-based digital currency exchange Coinfloor has announced it will adopt a ‘no-fee’ bitcoin trading policy beginning later this [...]
7 Major European Banks Form Blockchain Platform ‘Digital Trade Chain’
  A group of seven large European banks has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop a blockchain-powered cross-border trade finance [...]