Caution, mistrust and hasty prejudices permeate the Baltic state Central Banks in their approach to local crypto-currency markets. The financial market watchdogs in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia insist unanimously that they are “closely” monitoring what is going on in the realm of virtual currency and are each looking over their shoulder for directives from Brussels.
“Cherishing the image of being innovative and bitcoin-friendly countries, these countries do not want to throw out the baby with the bathwater. Yet, fear that crypto-currencies can do more b...
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