BIS economists recommend 3 crypto policies for regulators around the world to adopt.

A bulletin was published last week by the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) titled “Addressing Risks in Crypto: Offering Choice.”
The report, written by BIS economists Matteo Aquilina, John Frost and Andreas Schrimpf, describes efforts to address the risks associated with cryptocurrencies, as well as the options available to regulators and central banks. And a clear explanation has been given on it so that proper benefits and guides can be delivered through it. The authors consider and outline 3 possible lines of action. One is to ban specific crypto activities and another option is to separate crypto from traditional finance and the real economy. While the third option is related to regulating this sector on the lines of Tradefi.
While the report clarifies that the three types of options are not mutually exclusive and can be selectively used in conjunction to mitigate the risks arising out of activities involving cryptocurrencies i.e. we shall consider all three of these options separately. -Different types can see the same publication directly and can implement it in the same way.
To be fair, the crypto market is certainly full of uncertainties and there is always a possibility of boom and bust and this remarkable series has certainly been experienced, resulting in permanent losses for investors and apart from this also reach very far in this stage of loss. Economists at the Bank of International Settlements conclude that this failure has not yet spread to the traditional financial system or the real economy, but caution that there are no guarantees or assurances. That won’t happen in the future as decentralized and Tradefi are more connected. The report concludes that officials can now reflect on the policy outlook as well as be able to work to reform the monetary system in place for the benefit of all. Of course, working with these policies, we will definitely understand that economists have published a test of work, through which the measures to reduce the risk have been explained and at the same time to discuss it, and advised.


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