Many countries and states are looking at options to regulate digital assets and CBDC ( Central Bank Digital Currencies ). In some cases, digital asset legislation is now law. Digital asset legislation may include: CBDC, cryptocurrencies, stable coins, NFTs ( Non-fungible tokens ) and other forms of digital assets as well as the exchanges, marketplaces, custodians and service providers where they are sold and traded. These bills and laws can have a major impact on how these digital assets are used, valued and traded now and in the future for investments, commerce and payments. For each category of digital assets, we'll: define the asset type, use cases, privacy and key related legislation sections Some of the legislation we'll cover includes:
MICA - the Markets in Crypto Assets proposal passed by the European Parliament
The State of Wyoming Digital Assets Legislation in force since 2019
The US Executive Action on Responsible Development of Digital Assets ( March 9, 2022 )
the US Lummis-Gillibrand Digital Assets Bill
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