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Top Crypto News Today: White House Releases Detailed Framework for Crypto Regulations and Development

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Crypto assets have been an amazing innovation for the world, however, when Satoshi Nakamoto presented Bitcoin, blockchain technology was an uncharted territory that the world of the Internet was waiting for. Ever since then, there have been new altcoin projects coming up so often, that it is now getting a little hard to keep up with! 

Sooner the exponential growth of the crypto space happened and governments around the world saw the potential in the new asset class. Where countries like El Salvador declared Bitcoin as a legal tender, many are still understanding the technology further before stating regulations on the crypto assets. Earlier in March 2022, US President Joe Biden signed an Executive Order for Ensuring Responsible Development of Digital Assets in March, where he asked the US government to conduct thorough research and analyze the crypto assets.

Following the issuance of the Executive Order, the White House has come up with its first publication for the responsible development of digital assets. The publication also includes many suggestions from various other government departments. 

According to the Economic Times news, there has not been any new laws framed within the publications but the government has underlined how the crypto assets within the country will be functioning. Some of the parts of the regulations also include how consumers, investors, and businesses will be protected along with how they will be provided access to safe and affordable financial services. Few of the most important functions of the crypto assets are dedicated to encouraging financial stability, in providing responsible innovation to establish the current financial leadership capable of global competition, helping fight illegal finance by negating the involvement of third parties in transactions and exploring the possibility of central bank digital currency often referred to as CBDC.

Some of the other regulations stated in the White House Publication, following the Executive Order are as follows:

Source: EconomicTimes

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