Recently all around the world there has been an upsurge in fears related to the use of cryptocurrencies. These concerns are mostly rooted in the anxiety of governments and financial institutions about the anonymity of digital currencies, such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, which opens the door for criminals and cyber terrorists to otherwise secure financial systems.
Mexico, Latin America’s second largest economy, is looking toward adopting regulation that will help the emerging fintech sector flourish. Mexico’s relationship with Bitcoin is like many, fickle. But as early as 2014, Mexico began looking into its very own cryptocurrency, the Peso Digital. Since then, the idea has fizzled and officials have gone back and
Cryptocurrency should be regulated. Cryptocurrency should not be regulated. Cryptocurrency can’t be regulated. These are all common refrains emanating from the media these days. Now lawmakers across the United States and around the world are at a crossroads as to what is next in terms of this regulatory space. Bitcoin and other forms of cryptocurrency