Morocco’s first crypto bill has reportedly been finalized by the country’s Central Bank and is expected to be introduced in the following days. The bill seeks to protect individuals while not constraining innovation and it will include a legal definition of crypto that is adapted to the domestic context. The Governor of the country’s Central Bank previously said in a press conference that there would be a series of discussions between the bank and market participants before the implementation of the bill. Morocco is the fastest-growing crypto market in Northern Africa in 2022, with 3.1% of the population holding digital assets.