Law Decoded: The rivalry between central banks and global stablecoins, Oct. 9–16
Blockchain technology has attracted regulatory attention since its inception. The security of the network despite the value of BTC in play has consistently proved the resilience of blockchain technology in maintaining records across a vast range of parties.
However, many countries have determined that Bitcoin doesn’t behave as a currency at all, or at least not a replacement for their own. The nations behind the world’s most-used fiat currencies have in many cases pointed to Bitcoin’s volatility as a critical flaw. They have decided that the rise of stablecoins, especially over the past two years, poses a more clear and present danger.
G7 and G20 will make Libra toe the line
European Central Bank dodges commitment to a digital euro
…with Russia close behind
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