The head of South Korea’s financial regulator and watchdog has now confirmed the government will support cryptocurrency trading while encouraging banks to facilitate transactions with exchanges, effectively killing any fears of a rumored ban.
Australian public research university RMIT is launching the country’s first dedicated online short course on blockchain technology, the underlying innovation behind cryptocurrencies like bitcoin.
Israel’s official tax authority has confirmed that cryptocurrencies like bitcoin will be taxed as an asset with investors subject to capital gains tax.
South Korea Govt Will Support Cryptocurrency Transactions: Financial Regulator
Australian University Launches Nation’s First Open Blockchain Course
Bitcoin Will Be Taxed as an Asset: Israel Tax Authority