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Cryptocurrency regulation: where are we now, and where are we going?

A globally coordinated approach to cryptocurrency regulation is needed if states want to make the most of the technology while stamping out illicit uses of bitcoin and digital currencies. Image: REUTERS

Kathryn White

Tech Innovation Strategy Associate Director, Blockchain & Multiparty Systems, Accenture

Arushi Goel

Specialist, Data Policy and Blockchain, World Economic Forum, C4IR India

Sandra Waliczek

Blockchain and Digital Assets, World Economic Forum

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