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Bitcoin becoming Regulated Currency in the European Union

Slovenian startup Bitstamp just did something that no other digital currency startup was able to do – launch the first nationally licensed Bitcoin exchange (BitEx). As it usually goes, the startup could not receive a license in its home country, so it took advantage of registering themselves in one of most business-oriented countries in the European Union. Luxembourg granted the license which will be valid in all 28 EU countries, meaning starting July 1, 2016 – 508 million EU citizens should be able to access a Bitcoin exchange under the same operating restrictions and protections as the banks and stock exchanges. “We believe that this is stability-inducing – that people will see this

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AMD to Move to NASDAQ in 2015

AMD will transfer its stock exchange from NYSE to NASDAQ.

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