Are the regulators coming for crypto? For once, maybe not in Europe. Initial coin offerings (ICOs), the newest craze this year in the world of cryptocurrencies, are a new form of crowdfunding that allow tech ventures to easily raise cash by issuing and selling their own cryptocurrency tokens. Usually, those tokens can then be traded […]
Libryo, a legal tech startup based in London, has raised $1 million in seed funding from Innogy’s UK Innovation Hub, a division of the German energy company, Seedcamp, Nextlaw Labs, and Force Over Mass. Libryo’s platform is used by companies and individuals to assess their legal footing and understand regulatory and compliance requirements. The SaaS […]
The platform, used jointly by i3 and Vital Media, provides an open space for dialogue around media convergence and the social media domain.
Financial services giant BNP Paribas is hosting its next mixer event in Paris on May 30, tackling the challenge of regulation.
Today, members of the European Parliament voted on a proposal (PDF) for rules affecting how Internet traffic is managed, following the European Commission’s release of a draft agreement for regulation back in June. And Europe’s lawmakers have decided Europe doesn’t need a truly open, free Internet. European (and American) technology companies and investors, independent observers, […]
Roxanne Varza argues that the regulatory situation in Europe has been nothing shy of incredibly confusing – and damaging – for entrepreneurs, despite all the innovation-friendly rhetoric.