Iosco sets out global crypto regulation

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The International Organization of Securities Commissions revealed its first global recommendations for regulating crypto and digital asset markets on May 23. 

Iosco, the international securities watchdog with members from 130 countries, said crypto trading should have the same protections as traditional finance. It recommended co-ordination around disclosure requirements, transparency and identification of malpractice. 

Usually, activities such as broking, trading, custody and market-making

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