To see eye-to-eye? Crypto industry should start embracing regulation
Since the exuberant crypto bull run of 2017, regulators have increased their activity in the industry. United States governing bodies such as the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Department of Justice and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission have all pursued various types of legal enforcement.
From December 2020, there has been an even further regulatory push, including a proposal from the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network aimed at heightened crypto wallet overwatch. What do crypto industry players think of regulation at present?
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