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European regulators will focus more on banks' exposure to crypto-linked entities. (Christian Lue/Unsplash)
EU Banking Watchdog to Deepen Probe of Links Between Banks, Crypto Entities: FT
Concerns over contagion have triggered the need to "dig deeper into the links between banks and other financial firms," José Manuel Campa, the chair of the EBA told the FT.
European regulators will focus more on banks' exposure to crypto-linked entities. (Christian Lue/Unsplash)

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Failure of Multi-Function Crypto Firms a Limited Threat to 'Real Economy': FSB
A new report by the Financial Stability Board said further assessments of possible implications are required because "significant information gaps remain."
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G20 Nations Welcome FSB's Tougher Crypto Rules, Says Presidency Holder India
On Monday, international standard-setter FSB called for tougher rules on safeguarding crypto clients’ assets.
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Stablecoin Issuers, Conglomerates Targeted by IMF After Crypto's 'Rough Year'
FTX and banking sector collapses show the need for stronger consumer protection, governance norms, the agency said.
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Has Tokenization’s Moment Finally Come?
Tokenization of real-world assets has been dismissed by many crypto purists for operating under a centralized framework, but new technological advances have migrated the proce...
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Many Existing Stablecoins Won’t Meet Forthcoming Global Standards: FSB
The international standard setter's recommendations for regulating crypto and stablecoins are set to be released in July 2023.
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European Commissioner Mairead McGuinness discussing crypto at the World Economic Form's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. (Nikhilesh De/CoinDesk)
‘No Point’ to European Union's Crypto Rules Unless World Follows Suit, Official Says
FTX's collapse may have added fuel for those seeking stricter crypto rules, but even the good guys may get it wrong, Mairead McGuinness told CoinDesk.
European Commissioner Mairead McGuinness discussing crypto at the World Economic Form's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. (Nikhilesh De/CoinDesk)

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TradFi Fights for Tougher Crypto Rulebook in Wake of FTX Collapse
Traditional finance players want new international rules to stop FTX-style conflicts of interest, but the crypto industry warns of crimping blockchain benefits
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Financial Stability Watchdogs Vow to Tackle DeFi, Learn FTX Lessons
Policymakers from the world’s major jurisdictions want an international rulebook for crypto.
FSB Chair Klaas Knot (left) meets the Indonesian president in November. (Leon Neal/Getty Images)

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Crypto Conglomerates Require 'Urgent Regulatory Attention,' European Watchdogs Say
The collapse of crypto exchange FTX and resulting turmoil are drawing concern from financial stability guardians.
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