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White House refuses – so no crypto regulation

Monday, February 19th, 2018 | bitcoin updates

Read article: The White House has this week of a possible crypto regulation rejected. Instead, you are still in the learning process. The cybersecurity officer of President Rob Joyce told CNBC on Friday at the current Munich Security Conference. US Senate hearings to regulators over recent weeks have sparked speculation over upcoming bills. The road to regulation is still far. This emphasized Trump consultant Rob Joyce on Friday in the context of the Munich security conference opposite CNBC – and confirmed thereby a reassuring course of the American KryptoHandhabe.In Munich stressed Joyce on this weekend, one is rather in the learning process and must risks and chances of the We should be careful about decentralized currencies before they are given a legal framework. "I think we are just beginning to learn and understand what the good and bad ideas are [bei Kryptowährungen]. I do not think that this [kommende Regulierung] is imminent, "said the Special Adviser to the President. With his statements, Joyce brings further reassurance in the discussion about upcoming US regulation. Earlier, US Senate hearings to regulators had caused speculation about coming laws. One of the most problematic issues for Joyce on Friday was the criminal potential that cryptocurrencies entailed: "We are worried. The Bitcoin concept has advantages. But at the same time, if one looks at the operation of Bitcoin after a crime has been committed, one can not turn back the clock each time and take back the currency [Anm. d. Red: oder Zahlung]. "Above all, their anonymity and lack of traceability is a challenge Joyce in Munich. Once a year international leaders, top politicians, military officials, security experts and representatives of international organizations, science and industry debate topical issues and challenges of security and defense policy. It is the largest gathering of its kind in the world.IWF and US Treasury: Curbing Crypto-CrimeWith his statements, Joyce, representing the White House in Munich on Friday, also reflected the views of US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. At the World Economic Forum in Davos, he had recently talked about combating criminal activities in the atmosphere of cryptocurrencies. He too had reason to reassure coming laws. At the moment, the same laws and conditions would apply to cryptocurrencies and their holders as they would to any other bank. The demands of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) were more erratic this month. Its head, Christine Lagarde, predicted last week that global crypto regulation was inevitable. The IMF chief also sees the reasons for this primarily in the dangers of illegal use. She emphasized that the IMF is actively pursuing efforts to curb the possibilities of money laundering and terror financing through digital currencies. One has to know who uses Bitcoin and whether the necessary conditions exist.BTC-ECHOAbout David BarkhausenDavid Barkhausen has written as a freelance journalist for several daily newspapers, radio, television and incidentally his own blog. Since 2017, the Master of Political Science at the University of Heidelberg has dedicated himself to the topic of blockchain. In this context, he focuses primarily on the areas of regulation, society and economic policy. All contributions by David Barkhausen Bilddellenshutterstock_1016809915: https://www.shutterstock.com/de/image-photo/us-white-house-front-view-2 -1016809915? src = y9eQcsxH81hBvYgtTL1AvA-1-2

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