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G7 Finance Leaders Call for Swift and Comprehensive Crypto Regulation – Regulation Bitcoin News

The G7 finance ministers and central bank governors have called for a swift and comprehensive regulation of crypto assets. The G7 decision followed the recent crypto market turmoil, including the collapse of cryptocurrencies LUNA and UST. G7 Countries Calling for Swift, Comprehensive Regulation of Crypto Assets The finance ministers and central bank

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G-7 Finance Ministers Call to Accelerate Global Crypto Regulations Following UST Collapse: Report

The FSB, an international body based in Basel that was responsible for generating many of the post-2008 financial norms, had previously promised a report on the regulation, supervision and oversight of global stablecoins for October of this year. The FSB's leader, Klaas Knot, has already volunteered to write a crypto

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Charles Stanton, CMO Bondly Finance on Rebranding to Forj Network

Bondly Finance and Animoca Brands have recently announced Bondly Finance’s rebrand to Forj. Previously the brand has led the way in the NFT space through several innovative partnerships and today we’re speaking directly to Charles Stanton, the Chief Marketing Office at Forj to learn more about the launch, what changes we can

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‘DeFi in Europe has no lobby,’ says co-founder of Unstoppable Finance

Currently, trialogue for the Markets in Crypto Assets (MiCA) and Transfer of Funds (TFR) regulations is underway in the European Commission, the European Parliament and the Council of Ministers, which will be concluded in a few weeks. If adopted, the TFR would, according to experts, impose a vast financial surveillance

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Dutch Finance Official Wants to Ban Retail Investors From Trading Crypto Derivatives

“I maintain that the trade in crypto derivatives should be restricted to wholesale trade,” said Paul-Willem van Gerwen, head of Capital Markets and Transparency Supervision at the Dutch Authority for Financial Markets (AFM). He cited the risks of markets that are opaque, and prone to manipulation and other criminal activity. Original

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