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  • Jun 25, 2019

Supreme Court of India Gives Government 4 Weeks to Introduce Crypto Policy

The Supreme Court of India has now ordered the government to produce a cryptocurrency regulation policy in four weeks. 

Factom Blockchain Data Accepted As Court Evidence in Douyin (TikTok) vs Baidu Copyright Case in China

The Beijing Internet Court has accepted data stored over Factom blockchain as valid evidence in a case between Douyin and Baidu's Huopai.

Supreme Court of India to Hear Crypto-Case on 26th February

The cryptocurrency case has been listed as the top item in the cause list of the Supreme Court of India for 26th of February.

State Legislature of Wyoming Passes Two New Crypto and Blockchain Related Bills

Two new house bills have been approved and passed by the State Legislature of Wyoming, which deal with cryptocurrency and the blockchain industries.

India Might Legalize Cryptocurrency With ‘Strong Riders'

After almost a year-long period of uncertainty, it appears that the Indian government has finally decided to go lenient towards the crypto industry.

India's Draft Crypto Regulations Likely to be Announced in December

Reports from India point out that the country’s government is finally taking steps to present their official viewpoint on cryptocurrencies soon.

Bitmain Files Lawsuit in Seattle Against Unidentified Hacker Who Stole 617 BTC

Bitmain has filed a John Doe lawsuit against an unidentified hacker in a Seattle court following a hack leading to the loss of $5.5 Million.

Bitcoin to be Legally Protected as Property in China: Shenzhen Court

In a landmark decision from the Court of International Arbitration in Shenzhen, China, Bitcoin has been declared as a legally protected property in the country.

Canadian Fraud Victim Loses Court Case Against Bitcoin ATM Firm

A Canadian fraud victim tried to sue the company that owned the Bitcoin ATM after she was defrauded. However, the courts in the country ruled against her.

RBI Claims Their Crypto-Circular Does Not Violate Constitutional Rights

The Reserve Bank of India has now claimed that their circular does not violate any constitutional rights and that the petition is baseless.