Iyaya ni veitaqomaki ni blockchain ni patents ena Bank of America
E a qaqa na Bank of America e dua “tataqomaki kei na itukutuku vakaitaukei patent” me vaka na keda Patent kei na valenivolavola ni vakatakilakila tudei, me baleta e dua na sala me qarauna na curu ki na so na ivakarau ni e dua na isema ni blockchain ni permissioned.
Na baqe ka vakamacalataka:
“A need exists to provide designated entities/users the ability to readily identify blocks that are relevant to the designated users’ concern, and once blocks have been identified, security features that assure that the designated entities/user that are accessing the blocks are, na ka dina, authorized users.”
Russian State Duma approves crypto industry bill
Russia’s parliament, the State Duma, has approved new laws regulating the crypto industry. The laws define cryptocurrencies and tokens as property, kei na vakadavora itaratara ni veimaliwai vata kei na crypto kei na tekinolaji ni semati vaka-blockchain.
410 deputies vakadonui na bili ena na rogoca, vata kei na dua ga naNoqu sa.
Na bili "Ena livaliva vakailavo iyautaukeni" ka ena ruku ni veikauwaitaki me tekivu mai na yabaki sa oti vata kei na dua na gauna ni iotioti ni 1st ni Julai, qarava na cryptocurrencies, ka vakakina na semati-blockchain tekinolaji me vakataka na konitaraki matai ena veika kece, kei na kamusu.
CFTC ni veituberi ni veika me baleta na firms ni isolisoli ni iSoqosoqo ni cryptocurrency
Na U.S. Ivoli na veisiga ni mataka e vucesa na ilesilesi (CFTC) has released new guidance for exchanges planning to list cryptocurrency-related derivative products.
It is designed to help market participants develop risk management programs with “regulatory clarity” on “key areas that require particular attention” such as how to “follow appropriate governance processes with respect to the launch of these products,” according to DCR director Brian Bussey.
Marshall Islands pass law making crypto their national currency
Their new cryptocurrency is called the Sovereign (SOV) and will take the place of USD as the sole national currency.
The new currency will be the official legal tender for businesses and the 53,000 citizens of the Marshall Islands – a sovereign state and UN member.
This is the first sole sovereign cryptocurrency signed into law and is significant because (in theory at least) it means that financial institutions such as banks and Visa will have to accept the SOV as it is now the legal tender of a sovereign nation.