1. The European Central Bank (ECB) said that the ECB would improve the regulation of encrypted currency transactions, whether on or off the chain. The ECB believes that narrowing the data gap associated with encrypted assets poses a major challenge for regulators and financial institutions.
2. The Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) of the Korea Financial Services Commission (FSC) has unveiled a plan to directly regulate and integrate encrypted currency exchanges into the regulatory system. At present, FIU indirectly controls the encrypted currency exchange through administrative guidance of banks.
3. Yesterday, people with unknown identities published KYC information in the telegraph group. The official progress report on the threats posed by unidentified persons has been released. The report states that the exact sources of information are under investigation and that the security team is working hard to determine the true sources of the information.
4. The San Francisco Court of Justice in California recently ruled that Coinbase should compensate for a negligent operation because its employees and other insiders benefited from private information when BCH was launched in December 2017, when Coinbase suspended BCH trading because of excessive price fluctuations, suspicion of insider trading.
5. The Minister of Economic Affairs of Busan, South Korea, said in the event that at first the government’s support may be limited to the private sector, but in the future it may support the early sector chain projects, including tokens.