Ukraine’s parliament, the Verkhovna Rada, will review an alternative cryptocurrency bill. It’s the second bill focused on cryptocurrencies in the last few days, this time registered by Sergey Rybalka, a parliament member from the Radical Party.
Ukraine’s parliament, Verkhovna Rada, will review a bill on cryptocurrency regulation. The paper has been published at the parliament’s official website.
Ukraine’s parliamentary committee on financial policy and banking has started developing a bill that would regulate cryptocurrency turnover. The committee’s head Sergei Rybalka wrote on Facebook: “We started working on a cryptocurrency bill in our parliamentary committee. They are gaining traction all over the world.” Notably, deputy head of Ukraine’s.
Deputy head of Ukraine’s National Bank Oleg Churiy has stated that the regulator does not consider bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies a currency, and sees scam-related risks inherent in their usage.
The Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers on the Financial Stability Board met last week to discuss the issue of cryptocurrency regulation. The participants engaged in a debate about the legal status of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. “Everyone understands the importance of blockchain and cryptocurrency as innovative technologies, the importance of developing.
Propy, the global property store and decentralized title registry, is partnering with the government of Ukraine to allow online real estate purchases by foreign investors for the first time.
National Bank of Ukraine Struggles to Clarify Bitcoin’s Legal Status as Mining Farms in Kyiv Raided by Police
According to the official comment by Oleg Chupriy, the deputy chairman of the National Bank of Ukraine, Bitcoin has no legal status in Ukraine.
Even though Ukraine’s legislation does not include any direct bans on cryptocurrency mining, miners have become objects of interest for the SBU, the country’s security service, and other law enforcement agencies.