The G7 meets next week to investigate regulations for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
G7 To Discuss Bitcoin
Next week the G7 is meeting and this time the leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UNITED Kingdom, and the United States will take some time to discuss Bitcoin and digital currencies.
Previously, the group had discussed the need for surveillance and regulation in the emerging sector, but the final result was that each country developed its own regulatory framework sits or did nothing.
Earlier this week, Morgan Creek Digital Asset CEO Anthony Pompliano said that in just 10 years, Bitcoin has gone from a currency discussed over technology on the Internet to a serious debate among regulators around the world. assessed the process up to the end of the year.
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Pompliano believes future regulations will probably target situations such as wallet providers and crypto exchanges. He acknowledges that these targeted arrangements “can definitely cause harm in the short term”, weigh emotions and prevent people from investing in the cryptocurrency.
After all, Pompliano and many other analysts agree that the regulations are an inappropriate fact. No one likes the idea of state surveillance, regulation and tax compliance, but the sector really needs to expand and general arrangements are made.
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Pompliano told CNBC host Joe Kernen that regardless of the arrangements the G7 can make, the asset will be more accessible to bialist and institutional investors, so it will “ultimately provide a clear benefit for Bitcoin”.
The context and tone of next week’s meetings may show a short-term downward trend on the crypto market, but Pompliano continues to rely on Bitcoin’s long-term expectations.
The analyst points out that Bakt has been approved by the CFTC as evidence that Bitcoin will continue to attract the attention of institutional investors.