Crypto Industry Lauds Token Safe Harbor, but Warns of Risks
Crypto advocates are praising SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce’s token “safe harbor” proposal, though not without questioning the details.
Five years after erecting a wall around its market few crypto startups could scale – a wall known as the BitLicense – New York is handing down a ladder.
Spain is finally getting around to amending its AML laws six months after the EU deadline for compliance. The public comment period on that amendment ends today.
Few states have developed their own cryptocurrency regulations – and none that did build a regulatory regime have followed the New York model.
South Africa’s financial regulators recommended that cryptocurrency be used for domestic payment purposes, but that it not be treated as legal tender or allowed as a settlement tool.
New Jersey Assemblywoman Yvonne Lopez has introduced a licensing regime for crypto businesses, authorizing the state banking regulator to oversee the space.