The Nigerian House of Representatives is expected to pass a bill that seeks to designate the country’s securities regulations as investment capital through an amendment to the Investment and Securities Act of 2007, according to a report. want to use which will definitely clarify the roles of regulators and at the same time will try to control crypto. As expressed by news reports the crypto control was assumed after the Central Bank of Nigeria received instructions to financial institutions to block crypto entities and with it the Securities Regulatory Commission’s report designating the securities a few months Only later directed CBN on 5 February.

Following this decision of the CBN, it was said through the Nigerian Securities Regulator that all the guidelines issued in September 2020 would be abolished and with this the promise made to involve the CBN in many cases would be fulfilled. Explaining why Nigeria needs to regulate digital currencies and what kind is helpful to it was definitely highlighted through Babangida Ibrahim, chairman of the entire market and institutions committee of the legislative body and said Stated that they need an efficient and vibrant business and market on Nigerians that will update them as well as the changes that have been made in the capital market through recent efforts, especially the use of digital currency and exchange services And many other such things which are necessary to initiate and a strong need is felt to incorporate the new Act.

Surely this directive and the efforts of the central bank to further strengthen its control over the crypto industry suggests that the apex bank ideally does not think to regulate cryptos rather the situation falls upon the legislative body when the act comes into force. The amendment plans are justified. Also, Punch Nigeria in an interview he said in his comment that the purpose of the House of Representatives by MPs is not to take sides but to follow the law and it is not about lifting the ban we look to legitimise it What is law and how is it structured within Nigeria. In fact where regulatory commissions are regulating the financial markets and in securities the regulatory commissions regulate the capital markets which of course is responsible for regulating cryptos.


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