Web3 regulations require an entirely different way of thinking. A decentralized digital economy must work for everyone. Questions around the regulation of cryptocurrencies are ongoing worldwide. In the United States, there is currently no central authority providing oversight. Some countries have developed clear crypto legislation and rules. It’s impossible to predict policymakers’ reactions to all the Web3 use cases, so following regulations for this evolving industry is critical to success.
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By Nikhilesh De | Aug 3, 2022 | coindesk.com
The crypto industry has been pushing for either a federal agency or Congress to create to give companies greater clarity on when and how they must register with the CFTC or the Securities and Exchange Commission.
By Joseph Hall | July 16, 2022 | Cointelegraph.com
Andorra’s government recently approved the Digital Assets Act, a regulatory framework for digital currencies and blockchain technology.
By Christopher Hutton | Aug 4, 2023 | washingtonexaminer.com
Authorities worldwide have grown skeptical of OpenAI CEO Sam Altman’s newest cryptocurrency project, which scans user irises in exchange for tokens
By Emily Parker| Aug 1, 2022 | cnn.com
An industry that prides itself on decentralization shouldn’t rely on the government. Crypto innovation moves faster than any government’s attempt to rein it in and smart regulation is necessary, but it’s not enough.
By Gareth Jenkinson | July 14, 2022 | cointelegraph.com
Major South African exchanges have welcomed the central bank’s plans to regulate cryptocurrencies as financial assets. The new regulations will take place over the next year.
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