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Did the CFPB just become ‘a political football’?

The financial services industry was quick to express support for an Oct. 11 decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit saying  the structure of the Consumer [...]

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Retailers to FTC: PCI DSS part of an ‘anticompetitive scheme’

In the ongoing saga that is the National Retail Federation vs. the major credit card networks, NRF has asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate the Payment Card Industry Security [...]

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ATMIA update details efforts to throttle Operation Choke Point

The ATM Industry Association has released “Operation Choke Point: An ATM Industry Update.” The report examines the impact to independent ATM deployers of the U.S. government’s [...]

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Financial Regulation – Complex & Fragmented Structure Could Be Streamlined to Improve Effectiveness – a GAO Report to Congressional Requesters

Financial Regulation – Complex & Fragmented Structure Could Be Streamlined to Improve Effectiveness – a GAO Report to Congressional Requesters Click here for more information.

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Key trends in virtual currency from 2015

Last year was a wild ride for virtual currency enthusiasts, with big price fluctuations to big bank experiments on the blockchain. There has also been a plethora of new regulations from the New [...]

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Has Satoshi been unmasked?

The greatest mystery behind the creation of bitcoin is the identity of its creator. In 2009, an individual known as Satoshi Nakamoto released the white paper on the new technology, but to this [...]

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SEC accuses bitcoin mining companies of Ponzi scheme

The Securities and Exchange Commission has accused bitcoin mining companies GAW Miners and ZenMiner of operating a Ponzi scheme. The companies are accused of selling $20 million worth of mining [...]

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A fine line between innovation and regulation for fintech industry

One reason why Uber can tout itself as one of the most successful companies this decade is its ability to push the boundaries when it comes to the regulations that govern the industry it operates [...]

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Kansas blinks on $25 ATM withdrawal limit

On Friday July 31, Kansas asserted that it would keep its $25-per-day limit on ATM withdrawals unless and until the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) said it couldn’t. But [...]

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Australian Senate committee says bitcoin should be recognized as currency

An Australian Senate committee believes bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies should be recognized as currency for Goods and Services Tax (GST) purposes, according to a report by The Australian [...]

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