The Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) announced this month the outcome of two successful enforcement actions against non-compliant crypto asset trading platforms.
A blog relating to Internet legal issues by Professor John Swinson, University of Queensland
In an interesting article about Crypto Exchange regulation in the WSJ.
"The world’s fastest-growing major financial exchange has no head office or formal address, lacks licenses in countries where it operates and has a chief executive who until recently wouldn’t answer questions about his location."
The biggest exchange is Binance, which has no fixed address it seems. Creates interesting internet jurisdiction issues.
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