White Paper

Global Regulatory Trends in Crypto

What organizations need to know about the current state of global regulations for virtual assets.

For years cryptocurrencies have been making headlines due to their volatility, impact on various industries, lack of clear regulations and fraudulent activities that have resulted in the loss of millions of dollars. Despite being around for more than a decade, the regulation of these assets has primarily relied on the same rules that apply to traditional financial assets, without special attention given to the unique technology and compliance aspects necessary for safeguarding individuals and companies against malicious actors.

FTI Consulting together with The Block and top crypto attorneys have developed a report examining the worldwide regulatory frameworks governing digital assets and cryptocurrencies. This report sets forth a snapshot of the current regulatory guidance in the key regions; the United States, the United Kingdom, the European Union, Singapore, Hong Kong, the United Arab Emirates and Latin America.  For organizations seeking to facilitate transactions using digital assets and cryptocurrencies understanding the complexity of global regulations will be key to mitigating corporate risk.

Download our joint report to learn:

  • What the top crypto attorneys in the U.S. are thinking about the current state of regulatory guidance. 
  • Key considerations for operating a global crypto-native organization during the evolving regulatory landscape.
  • How the current regulatory landscape treats the wide range of products, services, technology and participants that comprise the digital asset ecosystem.
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