SEC expected to head U.S. stablecoin regulation and enforcement

SEC expected to head U.S. stablecoin regulation and enforcement

The report is also expected to clarify the regulatory jurisdiction of the Treasury Department CFTC with regards to stable tokens. U.S. regulatory bodies have reportedly agreed that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) will lead the United States’ efforts to regulate the stablecoin sector. According to an Oct. 26 Bloomberg report citing anonymous sources “familiar with the matter,” the SEC has reached an agreement with other U.S. agencies to take the reins on proposing legislation and overseeing the stablecoin industry.The sources add that the SEC’s newfound “significant authority”....


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