"Crypto donations are legal and do not need to be approved for political donations like cash or securities."
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The U.K.’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been relentlessly scrutinizing cryptocurrency startups and investigations are up 74% from last year. Meanwhile, proponents of decentralized software development models and open collaboration are upset...
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Japan’s minister of internal affairs and communications, Sanae Takaichi, has said cryptocurrency donations are legal in the country and don’t have to be disclosed when made to politicians.
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Japan's internal affairs and communications minister said that Japanese politicians can accept cryptocurrency donations without revealing the amount and details.
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Japanese politicians are barred from accepting cash and security donations but can receive crypto assets, says internal affairs minister Sanae Takaichi
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