Charltons Crypto Webinar 7 concludes the comparative analysis with a discussion of the progressive regulation of cryptocurrencies in Gibraltar. The webinar series is then rounded off with a discussion of recent developments in crypto relevant to Hong Kong, including PayPal’s roll out of crypto features, the DBS Digital Exchange, and Bitcoin funds and institutional investment.
Charltons Crypto Webinar 6 continues the comparative analysis by analysing the position in three further jurisdictions, the United Kingdom, Australia and Malta
Charltons Crypto Webinar 5 continues the comparative analysis by concluding the discussion of the United States’ crypto regulation, in particular: The SEC statement on a framework for investment contract analysis of digital assets and various other SEC statements and joint statements; Investment vehicles investing in digital asset securities; Trading digital asset securities; Bitcoin ETFs; State legislation; The proposed Cryptocurrency Act 2020
Charltons Crypto Webinar 4 looks at the possible evolution of crypto regulation in Hong Kong going forward, namely: FATF-style regulation of crypto exchanges; SFC warning on virtual asset futures; Hong Kong and the FATF Recommendations
Charltons Crypto Webinar 3 continues to discussion of Hong Kong’s domestic crypto regulation, with a focus on ICOs, STOs and virtual asset exchanges
Charltons Crypto Webinar 2 continues the discussion of virtual asset regulation, focusing on: Jurisdictions’ progress in implementing the revised FATF recommendations (including Hong Kong’s progress); Private sector progress in implementing of the revised FATF recommendations; Implementation of other AML/CFT obligations
Charltons Crypto Webinar 1 begins with an introduction and overview of cryptocurrency and crypto regulation, in particular: The different regulatory approaches; Consumer and institutional adoption of crypto; Decentralised finance (DeFi); Stablecoins; Facebook’s Libra; Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs)
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