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‘Prohibitive’ Capital Rules for Banks Holding Crypto Win Support in EU Parliament

Bitcoin 26 Jan 2023
Lawmakers in the European Union have backed legislation imposing new capital requirements for financial institutions, including strict rules meant to cover crypto-related risks ... Such prohibitive capital requirements will help prevent instability in the crypto world from spilling over into the financial system.
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Donald Morrison: Buddy, can you spare a $1 trillion coin?

The Berkshire Eagle 26 Jan 2023
We have the world’s biggest debt, but also the largest economy and the best credit rating ... debt on world markets will plunge. Because the health of Treasury securities affects nearly every tradable stock and bond in the world, the global financial system will be thrown into chaos.
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What Does the Future Hold for Crypto KYC?

Finance Magnates 26 Jan 2023
This is due to crypto companies becoming an increasingly significant element of the financial system, terms like BTC, ETH, of NFTs have also become widely known across the world.</p><p class="MsoNormal">Virtual asset service providers (VASPs for short) have played a ...
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Process and work on the tokenization of various assets

Technology Org 25 Jan 2023
This allows you to significantly reduce financial costs ... Due to this factor, start-ups and large financial companies around the world are rushing to develop a system that will be the next step in the development of tools and standards for the most efficient trading of assets, for this it is necessary to tokenize these assets.
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What can Web3.0’s potential mean for global financial landscape

Financial Express 25 Jan 2023
As Web3.0 applications are vouched to take the decentralised ‘centre stage,’ experts seem to explore its possibilities for shaping the financial world. It is believed that the current financial system can benefit from enhancement in Web3.0 penetration.
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EU mandates banks to hold euro equivalent of crypto investments

Cryptoslate 25 Jan 2023
Such prohibitive capital requirements will help prevent instability in the crypto world from spilling over into the financial system,”. According to the Association for Financial Markets in Europe ...
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EU Votes To Allow Banks Hold 2% Of Capital In Bitcoin And Crypto

Bitcoinist 25 Jan 2023
Markus Ferber, a German member of the European People’s Party in the EU Parliament, said that the effort is designed to “prevent instability in the crypto world from spilling over into the financial system.” EU Banks Allowed To Hold 2% Of Capital In Bitcoin And Crypto.
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EU lawmakers impose stringent measures for banks holding cryptocurrencies

Cryptopolitan 24 Jan 2023
Ferber added that the prohibitive capital requirements will help prevent instability in the crypto world from spilling over into the financial system ... The Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME) has also declared that the law could apply to tokenized securities as well.
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EU Imposes Stricter And More Extensive Crypto Regulations For Banks

Bitcoinist 24 Jan 2023
The Basel III component would strengthen the financial framework by agreeing to solid capital requirements ... Financial Capital Requirements For Banks Dealing With Crypto ... Such prohibitive capital requirements will help prevent instability in the crypto world from spilling over into the financial system.
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EU lawmakers back 'prohibitive' capital rules for cryptoassets

Reuters 24 Jan 2023
"Such prohibitive capital requirements will help prevent instability in the crypto world from spilling over into the financial system," Ferber said ... The EU is keen to build up "strategic autonomy" in capital markets as it faces a competing financial centre on its doorstep after Brexit.
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EU Lawmakers Vote To Impose Strict Capital Requirements On Banks Holding Bitcoin And Crypto

Bitcoin Magazine 24 Jan 2023
In an effort to “prevent instability in the crypto world from spilling over into the financial system,” Markus Ferber, economic spokesperson for the EU parliament's European People’s Party, says, “banks will be required to hold a euro of own capital for every euro they hold in crypto.”.
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China slams US over catastrophic debt

Beijing News 24 Jan 2023
The country's stockpile, the world's largest ... Economists warn that raising the debt ceiling would give the Treasury some time before it runs out of money, adding that a US default on payments would damage not only the world's biggest economy but also the global financial system.
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China slams US over ‘catastrophic’ debt

Russia Today 24 Jan 2023
Economists warn that raising the debt ceiling would give the Treasury some time before it runs out of money, adding that a US default on payments would damage not only the world’s biggest economy but also the global financial system.
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Matt Maltese announces new album ‘Driving Just To Drive’

NME 24 Jan 2023
In the meantime, there are all these uncontrollable (and maybe even unchangeable) realities, like a wealth-bias financial system and an exponentially heating world, that could render all the productivity pointless.”.
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DeFi Will Be the Foundation of Crypto’s Next Cycle: Pantera Capital

CryptoPotato 24 Jan 2023
The Era of Defi ... “It seems fairly evident that the historical arc of the world’s financial rails will end up as blockchain-based systems using smart contracts,” wrote Krug in the report. He cited scaling solutions enabling sub-ten cent transaction fees coupled with ease of writing smart contract-based systems as drivers of such adoption ... ....

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