November 18, 2019

Reference: New Report: “Regulation of Cryptocurrency in Selected Jurisdictions”

Two recently published reports made available online by the Law Library of Congress.

1. Regulation of Cryptocurrency Around the World

This report surveys the legal and policy landscape surrounding cryptocurrencies around the world. This report covers 130 countries as well as some regional organizations that have issued laws or policies on the subject. The past four years have seen cryptocurrencies become ubiquitous, prompting more national and regional authorities to grapple with their regulation. The expansive growth of cryptocurrencies makes it possible to identify emerging patterns.

Direct to Full Text Report
131 pages; PDF.

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2. Regulation of Cryptocurrency in Selected Jurisdictions
From the Introduction:

This report summarizes the cryptocurrency policies and regulatory regimes in fourteen jurisdictions around the world. Among the key issues covered in the report are matters relating t0 the legality of cryptocurrency markets the tax treatment of cryptocurrencies; and the applicability of anti-money laundering, anti-organized crime, and anti-terrorism-financing laws.

Jurisdictions Covered in Report:

  • Argentina
  • Australia
  • Belarus
  • Brazil
  • Canada
  • China
  • France
  • Gibraltar
  • Iran
  • Israel
  • Japan
  • Jersey
  • Mexico
  • Switzerland

Direct to Full Text Report
75 pages; PDF.

 

See Also: Over 150 More New Full Text Research/Reference Reports

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