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Since 2018, several EU member states have developed and implemented more or less comprehensive regulations and regulatory frameworks for crypto-assets and cryptofinance, with the most prominent examples being France, Germany, and Malta. Since around the same time, the call for an EU-wide crypto-asset regulation has grown louder. The European Commission (EC) is now poised to issue the EU framework for markets in crypto-assets before the end of the year.
So far, the EU did not provide its single financial services market a regulation addressing crypto-assets and cryptofinance. The situation is now changing.
For the crypto-asset regulatory framework, Ixinium welcomes all regulation changes and demands. We run already under the European Union financial market regulatory framework being a financial licensed company.
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