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Tech entrepreneur and blockchain expert Alan Vey explains the potential and challenges that lie ahead for the burgeoning sector
Crypto and ESG are set to make waves through the region this year
As the FTX collapse accelerates the work of securities regulators and central banks on cryptoassets across jurisdictions, IFLR unpicks the developments expected this year
Market participants foresee a less prescriptive regime for gatekeepers compared to the EU
The FTX collapse has highlighted the need for a more unified approach in seizing cryptoassets
Regulators in the country are beginning to issue crypto licences, but the multi-jurisdictional regulatory environment is creating complexities
Commingling of accounts and cross-border nature of the bankrupt crypto exchange highlight complexities lying ahead
The bill will give more power to law enforcement agencies but sources expressed worries around the seizure of cryptoassets
Expected this month, the Ethereum blockchain upgrade has been singled out for its complexity and wide-ranging implications
The proposals are expected to require stablecoin issuers to hold stable reserves such as cash or US treasury bonds to fully reinforce issued cryptoassets
The change should put Europe in line with recent developments in the UK on corresponding anti-money laundering regulation
The regulation will bring a unified approach to cryptoassets across the EU on issues such as AML, consumer protection and financial stability
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IFLR explores the UK’s new approach to financial crime, as well as the March Economic Crime Act and the upcoming Economic Crime Plan
IFLR’s latest primer takes a look at the first comprehensive crypto regulation in Europe
Following Boris Johnson’s resignation along with key cabinet members, market participants expect delays to the agenda but no major policy changes
As the dust begins to settle on the economic upheaval the sanctions have caused, IFLR unpicks their implications and ponders the long-term consequences for financial services
A closer look at the country's new law targeting blockchain development, how it relates to the country’s national digital currency, and the impact on the fintech community
Exchanges have been blighted with negative publicity recently, but improvements have been made in recent years. Here crypto firms and lawyers explain the back story
Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony in Singapore on March 22
While the debate on whether crypto should be regulated is essentially over in the UK and EU, in the US, many questions remain
The pace of the crypto M&A market is set to slow with the need to carry out thorough due diligence in transactions
Consumer protection and the financial promotions regime took centre stage for FCA representatives speaking to the Treasury Committee on the cryptoasset industry