Let's speak about regulation on Bitcoin. A top European Central Bank official on Wednesday called for governments to regulate and tax bitcoin, labelling the cryptocurrency an object of speculation and a tool for money laundering, - reports Daily Mail.
China Economic Weekly, the official newspaper subsidiary for the People's Daily reported on the first working day of 2018 the government acted "with an iron fist" to ban initial coin offerings back in September for financial stability.
The next day, China's People's Daily published a story saying that the discussion over a Bitcoin bubble is necessary. The official press of the Chinese government believes that investors try to make bitcoin look mysterious by highlighting its anonymous creator and bragging about its free liquidity, - writes Bitcoin.Com.
#WBCSummit organizers start public talks online to discuss all the problems of regulation before the Summit. More than 400 world-class professionals, including the most influential speakers of all time, like Llew Claasen (Bitcoin Foundation), Kristof Van de Reck (NEM Foundation), Peter Sin Guili (ACCESS), Juwan Lee (NexChange), Sohail Munir (Smart City Enablement Services, Smart Dubai Governmen), Evgeny Gordeev (De Center), will be discussing the last blockchain and cryptocurrency news in the most popular #WBCSummit communities. Keep in touch!