Sketching the boundaries of regulatory mandates, Oct. 25 – Nov. 1

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Sketching the boundaries of regulatory mandates, Oct. 25 – Nov. 1

The Securities and Alternate Fee could possibly be rising victorious within the race to safe the main function in regulating stablecoins. Further readability on the demarcation of regulatory mandates between the SEC, Commodity Futures Buying and selling Fee and the Treasury Division may come from the President’s Working Group for Monetary Markets’ (PWG) report that was anticipated by the tip of October however didn’t arrive earlier than the tip of final week. The mandate to manage cryptocurrency in the US stays dispersed throughout a number of actors, and a single PWG report won’t treatment this as soon as and for all. Nonetheless, having main authorities actors draw the strains amongst one another could be worthwhile.

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