October 27, 2022
Singapore Mulls Tighter Restrictions on Crypto Trading
By Sebastian Strangio
The Monetary Authority of Singapore says that trading cryptocurrencies is “highly risky and not suitable for the general public.”
June 01, 2022
Blockchain in Southeast Asia: Striking a Balance Between Innovation and Protection
By Sean Tan
The growing ubiquity of blockchain technology in the region raises several questions regarding the creation of a safe environment for regional fintech innovation.
May 09, 2022
Pyongyang Pays South Korean Citizens in Crypto to Sell Military Secrets
By Jason Bartlett
Cryptocurrency is not only a financial asset to steal and launder, but also a lucrative tool to help fund global espionage and recruit foreign agents.
March 02, 2022
Russia Eyes Sanctions Workarounds in Energy, Gold, Crypto, and China
By Fatima Hussein
Putin is expected to move funds through smaller banks, lean on energy sales, deal in cryptocurrency, and rely on Russia's relationship with China.
September 16, 2021
Despite Crime Concerns, Laos Authorizes Cryptocurrency Trial
By Sebastian Strangio
But little good will come from authorizing the mining and trading of the volatile digital currencies.
September 15, 2021
Kazakhstan’s Cryptocurrency Mining Grows Despite Emissions Worries
By Paolo Sorbello
The increased energy demand could be met by a long-awaited nuclear power plant.
July 03, 2021
South Korea Tightens Regulations on Cryptocurrencies
By Troy Stangarone
Concerned about the potential for financial crimes, Seoul is tightening rules. Critics say it could force cryptocurrencies out of the market altogether.
June 22, 2021
China Hates Crypto: Message Received
By Sara Hsu
The current crackdown on mining goes even further in eradicating cryptocurrency activities from China’s economy.
March 03, 2021
South Korea’s Cryptocurrency Craze
By Hayoung Seo
Can a cryptocurrency boom in South Korea give a boost for a centralized digital currency?
March 18, 2020
Keep an Eye on North Korean Cybercrime as COVID-19 Spreads
By Todd Wiesel
Will North Korea turn to cybercrime as COVID-19 crunches its economy?
March 06, 2020
US Charges 2 Chinese Nationals Over Alleged Cryptocurrency Laundering for North Korea
By Ankit Panda
The two Chinese nationals face money laundering charges.
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