So how do you regulate a new market that is decentral in nature? Best Answer: Let them regulate themselves It may sound surprising but the world’s two most crypto friendly nations are going this way. Very recently both Japan and South Korea have announced the formation of a self-regulatory program for crypto exchanges. The idea […]
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