EBA Pushes for Greater Research and Regulation of Cryptoassets at the EU Level

The European Banking Authority (EBA) indicated in January that they will be taking a closer look at pan-European regulation regarding cryptoassets and suggesting needed changes, which they proposed through their ‘Report With Advice for the European Commission on Cryptoassets (2019)’ document. The report focuses predominately on the applicability of existing EU wide laws and how they...

Cambridge Study: Inconsistent Terminology Impedes Cryptoassets’ Regulatory Cohesion

The adoption and proliferation of cryptoassets is growing globally, with over 130 countries and jurisdictions publishing formalized guidelines on cryptoasset regulation and legality. However a recent report, the Global Cryptoasset Regulatory Landscape Study (2019), identifies several barriers which restrict global regulatory clarity surrounding digital assets. Published at the Cambridge Judge Business School in association with...