Reminder: Benjamin M. Lawsky promised that the NY bitcoin regulations would be released no later than May 31
End of May "at the latest." law360.com/articles/646017/lawsky-says-bitlicense-could-change-to-ease-compliance
New York Superintendent of Financial Services Benjamin M. Lawsky said that the final BitLicense would be release by the end of May “at the latest.”
It's holding up the launch of at least one service (Gemini). Possibly others. Bitlicense will come into effect January 2015 forexminute.com/bitcoin/nydfs-superintendent-benjamin-lawsky-resign-2015-49520
He previously stated January 2015 to be the month when BitLicense will come into effect.
Will resign in early 2015 insidebitcoins.com/news/nydfs-superintendent-lawsky-to-step-down-early-next-yea26217
The man who has been at the center of the bitcoin regulation firestorm is reported to be weeks from relinquishing his post. New York State Department of Financial Services Ben Lawsky will resign in early 2015, according to published reports. - Nov 10, 2014
That's an interesting coincidence. The Bitlicense was supposed to come into effect at the same time that he resigned. When his resignation was delayed until June 2015, the Bitlicense also happened to be delayed until June 2015. Why does Lawsky struggle so much with the truth?
Government, Mr Benjamin Lawsky, If you really want to help Bitcoin.
You should focus on compelling all exchanges/so called 3rd party wallets services to take BOTH email code AND 2FA/sms code as REQUIRED for any withdrawal, or they will be illegal, or they will have to repay anything stolen like money in fiat Banks. The phishing attempts / thefts in the past years are shocking. For example, at least 50,000 blockchain.info wallets were comprised due to phishing, half of them are new-accept-bitcoin merchants, Blockchain.info does not care in fact. I never heard any other money services, but crypto services, allow people to withdraw their large value money so insecurely. In history, without Government's force, most banks/other financial services would not take so strict methods to fight against theft. It's Government's obligation to force them to do so. Obligation. If you really care, if you really want to help Bitcoin, for any goodness. New York became the center of world economy, one reason is stringent law, not let bad guys do evil things under the lies of free market. There is no pure free market, only pure scam.
Benjamin M. Lawsky, Chief Executive Officer of the The Lawsky Group, has over 20 years experience spanning every branch of government, at both the federal and state levels. Mr. Lawsky is also a Visiting Scholar at Stanford University’s Cyber Initiative, a cross-disciplinary and university-wide project aimed at addressing both the cyber vulnerabilities of today while also developing a Benjamin Lawsky headed the Department of Financial Services (DFS) when it developed those rules, acting as an early advocate of virtual currencies when other regulators were still skeptical Ben Lawsky, the former New York Superintendent of Financial Services who spearheaded the BitLicense regulatory framework while in office, has joined startup Ripple's board of directors. When the BitLicense was pitched by creator Benjamin Lawsky, Bitcoin outflows from miner wallets have spiked, with the majority of coins finding their way onto cryptocurrency exchanges. The net Benjamin Lawsky, the former superintendent of the New York Department of Financial Services known for introducing the controversial licensing regime for Bitcoin and cryptocurrency industry has
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