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Regulation: Can One Size Truly Fit All?

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uzair

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Aug 21, 2018
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Governments may not be able to regulate crypto currencies in their decentralized form, but they can certainly regulate the ecosystem around it firmly. As time passes, regulations should become more concrete with every serious innovation in the sphere, peeling back the layers of uncertainty.

While there is a large variance in how locales has approached the issue of regulation, the hallmarks of traditional finance (KYC/AML) have started to emerge in all locales where the legitimate regulation of crypto is taking place. Do you agree with a ""one size fits all"" method of regulation, constructed with a nod for universality, or should locales adopt tailored, case specific regulation?
 
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