Whilst Blockpass monitors and adapts to regulatory changes around the world, we only cover some of the news and developments in articles on the Blockpass blog. However, to showcase more information around what is going on in the blockchain and crypto regulatory scene around the world, we’ve selected some prominent or interesting news and articles that feature relevant crypto regulatory and compliance developments.
The G20 is seeking global crypto asset frameworks in the next few years as it attempts to encourage transparency and clarity between different jurisdictions on topics such as taxation.
In a paper highlighting the need to mitigate risks, the International Monetary Fund and Financial Stability Board have called for FATF regulation standards to be upheld.
Stricter tax reporting rules are coming for crypto exchanges in order to reduce tax fraud following a European Parliament vote in Strasbourg.
Cryptocurrency brokers are set to be subject to new requirements in tax reporting from 2025 thanks to proposed regulations from the Inland Revenue Service.
A new bill attempting to clear the waters on crypto regulation has been announced by the attorney general of New York.
Although the country is still seemingly anti-crypto, the China’s People’s Court has ruled that virtual currencies can be legally protected when held by relevant entities.
Cryptoasset companies are expected to comply with the rules set out by the Financial Conduct Authority when facilitating cryptoasset transactions as outlined in its recent statement.
Building on MiCA regulations, Germany’s Federal Ministry of Finance and Federal Ministry of Justice are seeking to launch the ‘Future Financing Act’.
In response to recent trends, South Korean regulators are looking to regulate against the rise of illicit over-the-counter trading. The Financial Services Commission has also recently stated that a stablecoin can be a virtual asset in some cases.
A public hearing involving government, industry, academic, association and legal professionals on virtual assets and regulation in Taiwan may lead to the formation of a Financial Technology Bureau, blockchain adoption and regulatory developments.
The Malta Financial Services Authority has launched a public consultation as it seeks to bring its regulations in line with those outlined in the MiCA regulations.