The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed that it has launched 24 investigations of “unauthorized” cryptocurrency companies, to assess whether they are engaged in activities that are subject to FCA regulatory authority, according to a May 25 report from news outlet CityWire. The regulators also reportedly confirmed that they have opened seven whistleblower cases since the beginning of the year.
The United States Department of Justice has launched a criminal probe to determine whether digital currency prices have been manipulated by crypto traders, according to reports from Bloomberg and other media outlets. The probe reportedly involves an investigation into possible spoofing and wash trading, both of which are considered illicit trading activities that could influence trading prices.
Cryptocurrency exchange CryptalDash, which describes itself as “the world’s first integrated cryptocurrency exchange,” announced on Wednesday that its platform will soon list the DNotes (NOTE) digital currency. The company has confirmed that its customers will be able to begin trading DNotes on the exchange on June 19, 2018.