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Sep, 2020

News from the Week (18-25 September) : EU Starts Crypto Regulation

1. Visa and Goldman Sachs participate in Digital Commerce Chamber

 

Lobbying regarding cryptocurrencies is getting stronger in Washington, with Visa and Goldman Sachs additions.

https://cointelegraph.com/news/visa-goldman-sachs-and-mick-mulvaney-join-leading-blockchain-trade-association

 

2. EU starts cryptocurrency regulation by 2024

 

EU plans to adopt a systemic regulation for crypto space until 2022 and 2024. EU officials are looking for clearer regulations that will limit money laundering.

https://news.bitcoin.com/eu-cryptocurrency-regulation-2024/

 

3. New blockchain gaming platform from Warner Media

 

Warner Media decided to boost its e-gaming subsidiary, Turner Sports, launching “Blocklete Games”, a blockchain gaming platform where payments and processes are able through different cryptocurrencies. The first game will be “Blocklete Golf”.

https://news.bitcoin.com/eu-cryptocurrency-regulation-2024/

 

4. New entries in the Libra Association

 

Blockchain Capital (investment firm), Tagomi (crypto broker), Checkout.com (payment services) and Temasek (Singapore state company) decided to enter Libra Association.

https://www.coindesk.com/investment-firm-blockchain-capital-joins-libra-association

 

5. Daimler uses blockchain platform for better customer experience

 

Daimler, parent company of Mercedes, uses a new blockchain platform which allows customers to save their car settings and transfer them in their next car.

https://www.coindesk.com/daimler-blockchain-venture-lets-settings-follow-users