policy week-2023

Engraving After The Trojan Horse by Henri Paul Motte
Web3 Loyalty Programs Are a Trojan Horse for Good Crypto Policy
Crypto's three pillars of ownership, control and interoperability are likely to resonate with policymakers the most, writes Josh Rosenblatt of Co:Create.
Engraving After The Trojan Horse by Henri Paul Motte

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Japan Embraces Web3 As Global Regulators Grow Wary of Crypto
With tight regulations already in place that helped insulate FTX Japan and its investors from heavy losses, Japan is working on policy and guidelines for stablecoins, NFTs and DAOs as it welcomes a crypto future.
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South Korea Holds Presidential Election
South Korean Lawmakers Are Gearing Up to Regulate Crypto. What Could That Look Like?
The 300 members of South Korea’s National Assembly are currently considering 17 separate crypto-related proposals, from which they hope to shape the Digital Asset Basic Act.
South Korea Holds Presidential Election

Sen. Carter Glass and Rep. Henry Steagall (Wikimedia Commons)
You Want Crypto Regulation? I’ll Give You Crypto Regulation
Maybe Congress should separate custody from exchange, the way it severed Wall Street from commercial banking nearly a century ago. This piece is part of CoinDesk’s Policy Week.
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Government Backtracks From TaxCut That Roiled Markets
Crypto Gets the Regulation It Deserves
Crypto services may need to look more like the institutions regulators are already familiar with. Rather than saying they deserve to be part of the financial system, they’ll need to show it.
Government Backtracks From TaxCut That Roiled Markets

CDCROP: Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair Gary Gensler testifies before the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee, on Capitol Hill, September 15, 2022 in Washington, DC.  (Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)
Chalk and Cheese: When Crypto Assets Meet the Securities Laws
Crypto assets cannot function as they're designed to – while being securities, Lewis Cohen, co-founder of DLx Law, writes.
CDCROP: Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair Gary Gensler testifies before the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee, on Capitol Hill, September 15, 2022 in Washington, DC.  (Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)

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Where Do Metaverses Go From Here?
Tech futurist Cathy Hackl breaks down the key trends in metaverse development. Plus: Genesis news and Policy Week. [reward]03782508-9608-4f1c-8973-591e65bc35a8[/reward]
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What You Need to Know About Crypto Regulation in Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan
Asia’s biggest financial centers seem eager to encourage the growth of the crypto industry while protecting consumers and preventing contagion if things go wrong.
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How Industry Can Prevent the Crypto Winter From Becoming an Ice Age
Recognizing that crypto has to be regulated as part of the regular economy is a first step to arguing for rules tailored to its unique innovations, says John Rizzo.
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US Needs ‘Rules of the Road’ for Crypto or Risk Falling Behind in Market Leadership: Global Regulatory Officer
“Whoever is a first mover gets to influence the regulations of the rest of the world,” said Linda Jeng of the Crypto Council for Innovation.
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