Five associations form industry alliance to guide the UK’s digital currency future Five associations form industry alliance to guide the UK’s digital currency future – the UK Forum for Digital Currencies
Five associations form industry alliance to guide the UK’s digital currency future – the UK Forum for Digital Currencies (UK FDC) – which will celebrate innovation and collaboration across the
Rather than building a single global rulebook for payments, regional rulebooks are the better approach in the medium term, according to industry participants.
The UK is paving the way for crypto and blockchain services, courting startups and established players alike while taking a lead in pioneering regulation on stablecoins and NFTs. Yet regulators have given conflicting messages about their support for establishing the UK as a global crypto hub.
In this article Ripple’s head of public policy Susan Friedman looks at how mixed messages from regulators risk hindering the crypto industry’s development
Fintech regulation in Europe shows no signs of slowing. So what are the main challenges and frameworks fintechs should be aware of to ensure their future success.
Our Senior Policy Manager Riccardo Tordera provides you with his November policy updates. Watch the discussion between Riccardo and Chris Aruliah, Chief Product Officer of BCB Group to find out more on the future of cryptocurrencies and his expert advice to those who want to get involved. Chris also touches on stablecoins and explains why this is a great area of the market to focus on particularly to make cross border payments faster and cheaper. Riccardo also speaks with Josh Berle, Business Development Director at Mastercard and Leader of Project Inclusion, to explore the potential of cryptocurrencies for inclusion especially in developing countries.
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