ESMA Seeks Public Input on Cryptocurrency Derivatives Policy
The European Securities and Markets Authority released a public call for input on cryptocurrency-based contracts-for-differences.
ESMA intends to report on how it may regulate ICOs by the end of 2018, chair Steven Maijoor told a European Parliament committee.
The EU's financial markets watchdog is setting aside over €1 million in order to monitor cryptocurrencies and other fintech activities in 2019.
A group that advises the EU's securities watchdog has recommended regulating most crypto assets under existing financial rules.
The EU markets watchdog has agreed a temporarily change in the leverage limts for cryptocurrency derivative contracts in the region.
The three European Supervisory Authorities have released a warning on the risks involved with investing in cryptocurrencies.