Keep track of how the regulation of cryptocurrencies around the world is evolving
A new bill from the UK government aims to “reinforce the UK’s position as a leading centre for technology as we safely adopt crypto assets”.
The central bank will introduce regulation that will aim to regulate cryptocurrencies as a financial asset.
The introduction of a CBDC may increase the stability of a banking system, according to a paper released by the US Treasury Office of Financial Research.
The FSB, an international body that monitors financial systems and proposes new rules to help prevent financial crises, has announced plans to present its recommendations for regulating crypto in October.
The US Treasury Department has published a fact sheet detailing how it could work with foreign regulators to address the crypto sector.
Singapore is considering new rules to protect consumers after falling digital asset prices resulted in the collapse of a series of crypto companies.
The regulator noted the importance of finalising the framework but added that the timeline was unclear at this stage.
Morocco has become the first country in North Africa to move toward a cryptocurrency regulation framework bill.
A quick guide to the Lummis and Gillibrand bipartisan Crypto Bill and what it could mean for crypto in the US
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The Responsible Financial Innovation Act bill introduces an overarching regulatory framework for cryptocurrency in the US.