Regulators must do more to assess risk of crypto assets, says FSB

FSB members differ on how to tackle international co-ordination

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Regulators need to do more to assess the risk that crypto assets pose due to the rapid pace of technological change and the patchiness of existing regulation, the Financial Stability Board has said.

In a report for G20 finance ministers and central bank governors, the FSB says regulators should work to foresee the risks that crypto assets can pose to financial stability. The report outlines five key areas that regulators should focus on: investor protection; market integrity; anti-money

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