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IMF experts explain the urgent need for comprehensive global laws around cryptocurrencies

In emerging markets and developing economies, the advent of crypto can accelerate what we have called “cryptoization” Image: Unsplash/ Maxim Hopman

Tobias Adrian

Senior Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Dong He

Deputy Director of the Monetary and Capital Markets Department, International Monetary Fund

Aditya Narain

Deputy Director, IMF’s Monetary and Capital Markets Department (MCM)

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Tobias Adrian, Dong He, and Aditya Narain
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Investors in crypto assets have enjoyed gains but also high volatility. Image: Coingecko

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