special report

Cryptos on
the rise 2022

A complex regulatory future emerges

The incredible growth of crypto-assets and their intersection with the globally regulated financial system has produced complex regulatory and legal challenges, according to our new report - Cryptos on the rise 2022, from Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence (TRRI). 

Discover some of the risks and benefits in the next chapter of digital transformation, including why increasing regulatory challenges are exacerbated by the growing public awareness, acceptance and use of cryptos.

Learn how these factors could influence global regulations:

  • Central bank digital currencies (CBDCs)
  • Non-fungible tokens (NFTs)
  • Stablecoins
  • Decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs)
  • Crypto-advertising
  • Financial crime

The report also contains an updated compendium and map, which offers a country-by-country overview of the rapidly developing regulatory and legal framework for cryptos as well as links to valuable information such as the pertinent regulatory bodies and enacted regulations.

The clear message from the report is that there is an urgent need for a coherent, comprehensive, and global approach to the regulation and oversight of cryptos.

Global crypto regulation should be comprehensive, consistent and coordinated,

according to the IMF.

Download your copy of the report written by Susannah Hammond and Todd Ehret, Senior Regulatory Intelligence Experts for Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence.

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