Study Finds ‘Promising’ Crypto Workarounds to Europe’s GDPR Regulation

A joint study between Queen Mary University of London and the University of Cambridge concluded that, whilst challenging, it is theoretically possible for organizations to design blockchain applications that fully comply with recently implemented EU ‘General Data Protection Regulation’. The research was published in the ‘Richmond Journal of Law and Technology’ and cited challenges such The post Study Finds ‘Promising’ Crypto Workarounds to Europe’s GDPR Regulation appeared first on CCN

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Cryptocurrencies ‘Here to Stay, Market Growing despite Recent Turbulence’: EU Watchdog Chief

Following the meeting of the EU Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN) in Vienna, Austria on September 7, European Commission Vice-President Vladis Dombrovskis has stated that the Council’s position on cryptocurrencies is that they are here to stay despite market turbulence. CCN earlier reported that the 28 EU finance ministers would meet for an informal … Continued The post Cryptocurrencies ‘Here to Stay, Market Growing despite Recent Turbulence’: EU Watchdog Chief appeared first on CCN

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