Russia has introduced a new regulation related to the use of crypto technology. This week, an official state’s representative has published a document that will probably change the way that investors and developers are getting involved in ICO’s projects.
The announcement was made on 12 February 2018 by the Russian Ministry of Communications and Mass Media. The document is supposed to introduce the requirement of a license related to the creation and development of ICOs projects. The intention is to bring to the attention the need to comply with this

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