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Making Sense of the World's Cryptocurrency Rules

March 20, 2018

Regulations for exchanges, ICOs vary wildly across countries


Much of the crypto industry operates in a legal gray area



Getting your head around cryptocurrencies was hard enough before governments got involved. But now that policy makers around the world are drawing up fresh regulations on everything from exchanges to initial coin offerings, keeping track of what뭩 legal has become just as daunting as figuring out which newfangled token might turn into the next Bitcoin.



The rules can vary wildly by country, given a lack of global coordination among authorities. And while that may change after finance chiefs discuss digital assets at the Group of 20 meeting in Buenos Aires this week, for the time being there뭩 a wide range of opinions on how best to regulate the space. Below is a rundown of what major countries are doing now.


Most of the world뭩 cryptocurrency trading takes place in this tech-savvy region, with Japan playing a dominant role after it introduced a licensing system for digital-asset exchanges last year. In Hong Kong, regulators have adopted a more hands-off approach while at the same time warning crypto platforms to refrain from trading anything that qualifies as a security without permission. Singapore뭩 deputy prime minister has called cryptocurrencies an 밻xperiment, adding that he doesn뭪 see a strong case to ban trading. Taiwan authorities are taking a wait-and-see approach, while the Philippines plans to roll out rules for ICOs by year-end.




China, once a global hub for cryptocurrency trading, now leads the world in cracking down. It has outlawed digital-asset exchanges and ICOs, blocked online access to overseas trading platforms and cut off power to Bitcoin miners. South Korea, which became a hotbed of cryptocurrency activity last year, is also tightening oversight as it works on a comprehensive set of regulations, though it has allowed exchanges to keep operating for now. In India, where crypto-mania has been relatively subdued, the government has said it doesn뭪 consider digital currencies to be legal tender and will take measures to curb their use.

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