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The Presence of Jim Messina in Crypto Grows

Jim Messina – a former advisor to President Barack Obama – has been making a real name for himself in the world of digital currencies. As his former deputy chief of staff, he is now a heavy crypto lobbyer who’s looking to instill certain guidance and regulations for digital currency exchanges stationed throughout London and the United Kingdom. Jim Messina Brings Crypto and Politics Together Messina is presently a political operative working on the board of...

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How the Film World Has Hurt Crypto

Over the past year, many people involved in the film industry have stepped into crypto either through non-fungible tokens (NFTs) or other means. However, it looks like these individuals may have brought the space down somewhat as people aren’t taking crypto seriously anymore. Film and Crypto Don’t Really Go Together Eswar Prasas – author of “The Future of Money: How the Digital Revolution Is Transforming Currencies and Finance” – explained in a recent interview: Whatever...

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Is Biden Looking to Ban Bitcoin?

Biden and his cronies are calling for U.S. financial agencies to impose new digital currency regulations as quickly as possible. Biden Has Hinted He’s Not Happy with Crypto New reports from the White House Office of Science and Technology are suggesting that Biden could go so far as to ban bitcoin if he doesn’t feel it’s safe enough for traders. If such a ban would occur, it would likely fall right in place given how much American rights have been stomped on by this...

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Australian Senator Andrew Bragg Introduces Crypto Regulation Bill

Andrew Bragg – a liberal senator in the Australian Congress – believes that the lack of digital currency regulations within the nation are hurting Australia’s chances at making its mark in the crypto world. He is now working to create a solid bill that drafts legitimate digital currency regulation for the nation that he plans to introduce the next time parliament convenes. Andrew Bragg Wants to Regulate Crypto Crypto regulation is something of a two-sided coin (pardon...

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Uruguay Is Calling for Crypto Regulation

The government of Uruguay in South America has introduced a new bill that would see all cryptocurrency-related activity being regulated within the nation’s borders. Uruguay Wants to Regulate Crypto Under the new bill, central banks would serve as the ultimate regulatory authority. The status of cryptocurrencies and digital assets would be fully outlined in the bill, and all companies that delve in digital tokens or in blockchain would fall under the supervision of what’s...

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EU Greenlights MiCA: Major Turning Point For Europe’s Crypto Landscape and Bitcoin KYC

The Markets in Crypto-Assets (MiCA) regulation passed in the European Council on October 5th. The development is a significant step toward bringing a consistent legislative landscape to the continent that has been, so far, fragmented. The text of the laws was signed off by the representatives of the bloc’s member governments in the EU’s Council. The policies are expected to go into effect in 2024. Creating a Consistent Regulatory Framework in the EU MiCA will eliminate the...

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US Regulators Seek More Power From Congress to Address Crypto Regulatory Gaps

In a new report, the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC), a regulatory panel comprising leading financial regulators, identified areas in crypto regulation with: limited oversight of the spot market for tokens that are not securities; opportunities for regulatory arbitrage, or benefit favorable rules; if crypto firms should be allowed to integrate multiple services traditionally offered by intermediaries, such as broker-dealers and clearing houses. More Power to Top...

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Crypto Regulation Remains an Urgent Policy, Despite Bear Market: ECB’s Villeroy

Francois Villeroy de Galhau – a member of the European Central Bank and Governor of Banque de France – thinks the diminishing interest in cryptocurrencies due to the market crash does not mean authorities should abandon plans to regulate the industry. Last year, he argued that imposing rules on the digital asset sector is essential for Europe as otherwise, the euro might lose some of its strength. It’s Time for Regulations In a recent appearance, Francois Villeroy de Galhau...

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