Policy-makers should develop blockchain standards – panellists

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Central banks and financial regulators should consider collaborating to create standardised regulation for blockchain infrastructure.

According to a panel of central bankers and technology experts, ensuring central banks can regulate distributed ledger technology (DLT) infrastructures in a “cohesive” manner will be “critical” for the future success of the technology.

“In order to enforce different anti-money laundering regulation or track illicit transactions across different ledgers, there

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