Why is the UK flirting with cryptocurrencies

A picture of the city, the financial district of London

John Glenn, the Treasury’s economic secretary, has called on offshore digital asset firms that are at the fore in finance to move their headquarters to London.

In 2013 Bitstamp began searching for its headquarters in London. The start-up Slovenian cryptocurrency wanted to become a new global base, and the financial capital has built a reputation as an investment hub and headquarters for

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