French Government Proposes Legal Framework for All Digital Assets Providers And Issuers

The French government has revealed plans to provide a legal framework for all digital asset providers. The country also approved a legal framework for ICOs recently.Party members propose changes in crypto regulation Tthe proposed changes in regulations of the cryptocurrency industry were put forward by three members of President Emmanuel Macron’s party, La République En Marche (LREM); Valeria Faure-Muntian, Christine Hennion, and Eric Bothorel.With the proposed changes submitted, the French parliament is set to discuss the proposed amendment by the end of the month.The amendment has been designed to expand existing regulatory frameworks to allow cryptocurrency companies to seek approval from the country’s leading stock market regulator, Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF).Approval will be optional for cryptocurrency companies wishing to operate in the country, but acquiring the go-ahead from the AMF may help companies appear more credible and serious about doing business in the country.France recently launches ICO legal framework This latest development comes just days after new ICO legal frameworks were introduced in the country. The regulations aim to make it easier to launch ICOs in the country.Announcing the news on Twitter, Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire implied that ICOs can open a bank in the country and investors have easier access to visas, intending to attract innovators from around the world.The regulation has authorized the AMF to approve and issue permits to businesses that are looking to raise funds via ICOs in the country, however, only projects that provide specific guarantees for investors will be given a license to operate.In addition to that, ICO issuers will be expected to give full disclosure to the AMF, which will make it easier for investors to educate themselves on projects they intend to invest in.The implementation of ICO regulation in France has reduced concerns over the state of an industry which had earlier been flagged as "very risky", with issues such as theft, money laundering, and terrorist financing being previously discussed by regulators in the country.Crypto regulation becoming rampant in Europe European countries have been working on regulating the cryptocurrency market as the potential technology continues to become more apparent.On September 18, British MPs urged their government to regulate the cryptocurrency markets as they look to protect consumers and stop criminals.The French government has revealed plans to provide a legal framework for all digital asset providers. The country also approved a legal framework for ICOs recently.

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The French government has revealed plans to provide a legal framework for all digital asset providers. The country also approved a legal framework for ICOs recently.

Party members propose changes in crypto regulation

The proposed changes in regulations of the cryptocurrency industry were put forward by three members of President Emmanuel Macron’s party, La République En Marche (LREM); Valeria Faure-Muntian, Christine Hennion, and Eric Bothorel.

With the proposed changes submitted, the French parliament is set to discuss the proposed amendment by the end of the month.

The amendment has been designed to expand existing regulatory frameworks to allow cryptocurrency companies to seek approval from the country’s leading stock market regulator, Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF).

Approval will be optional for cryptocurrency companies wishing to operate in the country, but acquiring the go-ahead from the AMF may help companies appear more credible and serious about doing business in the country.

France recently launches ICO legal framework

This latest development comes just days after new ICO legal frameworks were introduced in the country. The regulations aim to make it easier to launch ICOs in the country.

Announcing the news on Twitter, Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire implied that ICOs can open a bank in the country and investors have easier access to visas, intending to attract innovators from around the world.

The regulation has authorized the AMF to approve and issue permits to businesses that are looking to raise funds via ICOs in the country, however, only projects that provide specific guarantees for investors will be given a license to operate.

In addition to that, ICO issuers will be expected to give full disclosure to the AMF, which will make it easier for investors to educate themselves on projects they intend to invest in.

The implementation of ICO regulation in France has reduced concerns over the state of an industry which had earlier been flagged as “very risky”, with issues such as theft, money laundering, and terrorist financing being previously discussed by regulators in the country.

Crypto regulation becoming rampant in Europe

European countries have been working on regulating the cryptocurrency market as the potential technology continues to become more apparent.

On September 18, British MPs urged their government to regulate the cryptocurrency markets as they look to protect consumers and stop criminals.

The Commons Treasury committee believes that the UK has the potential to become a global center for the cryptocurrency sector.

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