Bank of England’s Deputy Governor Says Crypto Collapse Plausible, Regulators Need to Urgently Establish Rules

Bank of England’s Deputy Governor Says Crypto Collapse Plausible, Regulators Need to Urgently Establish Rules

“Bank of England Deputy Governor Jon Cunliffe says that a collapse in the cryptocurrency market is certainly “plausible,” stating that regulators worldwide need to pursue crypto rules “as a matter of urgency.” While cryptocurrencies do not currently pose a threat to the country’s financial stability, the deputy governor says there are some “very good reasons””

Source: Bitcoin News

IOEN Aims to Leverage Blockchain to Make Clean Energy Accessible

“[FEATURED CONTENT] In the world of cryptocurrencies, just a handful of projects contribute to the greater environmental issues leveraging blockchain technology. Potentially amongst the thousands of projects, sustainable projects currently have taken a back seat; however, IOEN’s vision and dedication have garnered increased attention. IOEN is a blockchain-based smart-grid energy

South Africa Bank to terminate accounts of clients offering crypto arbitrage services

“A leading South African bank reportedly sent account termination notices to several crypto clients. As per the local media, Standard Bank served notices to providers of automated cryptocurrency arbitrage services. The report noted that virtual currencies like Bitcoin trade at a higher price in South African exchanges compared to other