BIS Economist Recommends ‘Technology-Neutral’ Crypto Regulation, Low-Cost Sup...

BIS Economist Recommends ‘Technology-Neutral’ Crypto Regulation, Low-Cost Sup...

An economist with the Bank of International Settlements has found that cryptocurrencies are not sought as an alternative to fiat currencies or regulated finance, therefore a “technology-neutral regulation to this asset class” is recommended. The economist discussed “embedded supervision,” adding that “The main aim is low-cost supervision of decentralized markets.” BIS Economist Suggests Regulatory Approach for Cryptocurrencies The Bank of International Settlements (BIS) published a working paper Thursday on “The socioeconomic drivers of US....


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