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Blockchain And Crypto Policy And Regulation
The growing popularity of digital assets, commonly referred as cryptocurrency, has forced regulators across the globe to rethink their approach towards it. They are now looking to strike the right balance between investor protection and fostering technological innovation. However, the vast application and fundamental difference between crypto assets and traditional financial system makes it difficult for policymaker to bring in new laws. This is going to be daunting task for them.
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G20 Leaders embrace a comprehensive regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies and engage in discussions surrounding CBDCs.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Financial Stability Board (FSB) have jointly released a synthesis paper laying down the foundation for this comprehensive framework. Subsequently, discussions on this vital initiative will be a prominent agenda item during the upcoming leaders’ summit.
SEC Chairman Gary Gensler seeks tens of millions in additional funding for the agency’s multi-billion budget, aiming to expand and protect investors from noncompliance risks in the thriving crypto industry.
It will provide a secure and regulated platform for individuals and businesses to trade cryptocurrencies, boosting investor confidence and attracting more participants to the market.
By striking the right balance between consumer protection and market innovation, Singapore aims to position itself as a global leader in the crypto industry, attracting responsible players while ensuring investor confidence and trust.
The ETF allows investors to gain Bitcoin exposure by putting up only half the value of the cryptocurrency.
The bill’s fate now rests on garnering support from other lawmakers and could reshape the future of U.S. financial regulation.
The SEC lawsuit accuses Binance and CZ of various violations, including secretly allowing high-value U.S. customers to trade on the Binance.com platform despite claiming otherwise, and exercising control over customer assets, including diverting them to an entity owned by Zhao.
It will provide a bottom-up initiative where companies and entities working within regulatory frameworks can share their opinions and expertise with regulators in a public manner.