What Emerging American Legislation Means for Crypto Assets and CBDCsby@hughharsono
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What Emerging American Legislation Means for Crypto Assets and CBDCs

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The Securities and Exchange Commission granted the greenlight for futures-based Bitcoin exchange traded funds (ETFs) in October 2021. The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency released its 2022 Bank Supervision Operating Plan. The OCC included “cryptocurrency-related activities” as among its top supervisory priorities. By normalizing cryptocurrency-related banking, the American government can help develop a more mature ecosystem to support the cryptoasset space, helping to reduce risk while encouraging growth.

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Hugh writes about cyberspace, digital currencies, economics, foreign affairs, and technology.


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