Canadian financial regulatory agencies are looking to set some ground rules for all operating cryptocurrency exchanges in the country. The Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) and the Canadian Securities Administration (CSA) have published a consultation paper earlier this week that seeks suggestions from financial technology companies on how regulatory guidelines can be developed for crypto exchanges in Canada.
Andrew J. Kriegler, president and CEO of the IIROC, said in a separate statement released on Thursday that the emerging digital and crypto assets in a growing area of interest. The

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