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Crypto Regulation Hub

This resource center contains links to congressional proposals related to the regulation of crypto assets and other helpful materials.

Crypto asset legislation is on the horizon. We have started to see legislative proposals, some of which are meant to create a regulatory framework for all crypto assets and others for certain classes of crypto assets such as stablecoins. We expect these proposals—even if not enacted in their current forms—to provide the building blocks for future proposals that ultimately become law.

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Latest crypto news

November 29, 2023

Wally Adeyemo speaks on digital assets

Deputy Secretary of the Treasury Wally Adeyemo delivered remarks on digital assets at the 2023 Blockchain Association’s Policy Summit in Washington, D.C.

November 29, 2023

BIS releases report on CBDC

The Bank for International Settlements released a report entitled “Central bank digital currency (CBDC) information security and operational risks to central banks.”

November 28, 2023

FSB releases report on multifunction crypto-asset intermediaries

The Financial Stability Board released a report entitled “The Financial Stability Implications of Multifunction Crypto-asset Intermediaries.”

November 17, 2023

BIS releases working paper on stablecoins

The Bank for International Settlements released a working paper entitled “On par: A Money View of Stablecoins.”

November 15, 2023

HFSC holds hearing on crypto crime

The House Financial Services Committee held a hearing entitled “Crypto Crime in Context: Breaking Down the Illicit Activity in Digital Assets.”

November 15, 2023

NYDFS releases new guidance on the listing of virtual currencies

The NYDFS released new guidance on the listing of virtual currencies.

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