G7 Takes Action For Crypto Regulations
Central bank governors and finance ministers of the G7 countries will meet for crypto regulations.
G7 Takes Action For Crypto Regulations. The G7 countries, including Germany, the United States, the United Kingdom, Italy, France, Japan, Canada and the EU, have taken steps to regulate the cryptocurrency markets.
Bank of France Governor François Villeroy de Galhau stated that he will discuss issues related to the legal framework of cryptocurrencies at meetings to be held in Bonn and Königswinter, Germany, which will begin on Wednesday, London-based news agency Reuters reported.
Villeroy described the recent volatility in the crypto market as a “warning alert” for regulators.
Also speaking at the new markets conference held in Paris, Villeroy talked about the legislation prepared by the European Parliament with the aim of creating a legal framework for crypto and said, “Europe has paved the way with MiCA. We will probably address these issues, along with many other issues, at the G7 meeting in Germany this week.”
Villeroy continued, “If crypto assets are not regulated, overseen and interoperated in different countries in a consistent and appropriate manner, it can cause disruption to the national financial system.”