Canadian Report Calls for Balanced Approach to Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Regulationby@mina.down
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Canadian Report Calls for Balanced Approach to Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Regulation

by Mina Down4mAugust 31st, 2018
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The <a href="http://would%20qualify%20for%20protection%20under%20section%202%28a%29" target="_blank">Blockchain Research Institute</a> (BRI) is a global, independent think tank dedicated to understanding the social and economic impacts of blockchain technology and cryptoassests. The BRI has emerged as an authority on making sense of the emerging digital landscape. In August, the BRI released a <a href="https://s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/briwebinars/2018+Blockchain+Regulation+Roundtable_Blockchain+Research+Institute.pdf" target="_blank">report</a> on the current state of blockchain regulation in Canada and the challenges that exist as a result of the disruptive effects of blockchain technology on the economy. It identified issues of concern and provided recommendations for regulation going forward. In what follows, I provide a summary of the key points of the BRI report.

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