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The Central Bank of Ireland has followed the lead of the Bank of England and announced a delay to the roll out of Strong Customer Authentification (SCA) rules.
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is set to delay enforcement of new EU online payments regulations by more than 18 months, after warnings that the rules would hamstring online sales, according to the FT.
The Bank of Mexico's newly enforced FinTech law targets crowdfunding and electronic payments service...
The regulator said digital currencies fall outside of its regulatory powers.
The Australian Government has passed new legislation on consumer data rights, paving the way for the introduction of Open Banking.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued updated guidance on the U.K.’s cryptocurrency market. The Block reported that the comprehensive overview is expected to follow FCA’s draft proposals released at the beginning of the year, which explained that “any token that is not a security token, or an eMoney token is unregulated.”
In the face of a Congressional onslaught against facebook and its putative digital currency Libra, Ripple chiefs Brad Garlinghouse and Chris Larsen have penned an open letter to lawmakers urging them not to paint all fiat alternatives with the same brush.
Following participation in the FCA’s Sandbox initiative in 2018/2019, SquareBook has received regulatory authorisation under Article 25 (2) of the Regulated Activities Order to ‘make arrangements with a view to transactions in investments’.