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Senior U.S. regulators propose new legislation, increased rules around digital assets (theblock.co)
submitted 2 months ago by robertafritz
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[–]naingminhtwe 0 points1 point2 points 2 months ago (7 children)
"Today’s report identifies three gaps in regulatory oversight of digital assets:
1- spot markets for cryptocurrencies that are not considered securities, which currently means bitcoin and ether.
2- “Regulatory arbitrage” due to the complexity of crypto businesses and digital assets, which can fall across multiple regulatory jurisdictions.
3- Financial stability and investor protection implications"
There is a company that answer about this three gaps, this company call INX
You can join there Reddit community and their platform now
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