Marilú Lazo

Lawyer from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP). Director of The Crypto Legal Blog, she has experience in corporate advice, consumer protection, as well as in matters of personal data protection and new technologies.

Central Bank of Argentina requests information from clients that carry out operations with crypto assets

The regulatory area of ​​the Central Bank of Argentina has seen fit to request information from banking entities ...

April 2021 What are the advances of the digital euro?

As we noted late last year, the development of the European Union's digital currency was still ...

Japan: What are the regulatory changes around bitcoin?

Throughout these years, Japan has had a positive attitude towards the use of bitcoin and others ...

What has been the evolution of bitcoin mining?

Over time, and with the increase in popularity and notoriety that bitcoin has been gaining, the ...

VISA will allow payments with the cryptocurrency USD Coin

As we noted in a previous note, in December of last year VISA partnered with the startup Circle Internet ...

Goodbye tickets! Disney Orlando to implement facial recognition technology

The objective is to reduce the opportunities of contact of the visitors of the theme parks with the staff of the ...

Do cryptocurrencies really need to be regulated?

According to Agustín Carstens, head of the Bank for International Settlements, yes. The latter is an international financial organization ...

Contradiction or uncoordination? Why does BBVA advise against investing in bitcoin?

Photo: EEIM, Banco BBVA Bog Nov 2019 / CC BY-SA 4.0 It is to be known that banks are not exactly the ...

New privacy bill in Colorado

The bill was presented on May 19 by Democratic Senator José Javier Rodríguez and ...

Germany: Beware of Retail Crypto Investments

The German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) has warned about retail investments in bitcoin. With the...
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