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International Watchdogs Are Preparing To Address The Risks Stemming From Bitcoin At G20 Meet


01/27/2018


A ECB board member reports about the international regulators stance towards bitcoin generated risks.



Risks stemming from crypto-currencies like Bitcoin, are coming under the radar of international regulators, whereby the regulators will working their “response” in the coming meeting of G20 which is scheduled to be held in the month of March 2018, reported a director of an ECB.
 
In an event of the World Economic Forum which was held in Davos, a board member of ECB, Benoit Coeure said:
“The international community is ... preparing an answer to that and I would expect, for instance, the G20 discussion in Buenos Aires in March to focus very much on these issues”.
 
 
References:
reuters.com







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