The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has called for the establishment of an EU-wide approach to the regulation of crypto assets and initial coin offerings (ICOs), without which it believes investors are "exposed to substantial risks".
In addition, the pan-European regulator has called for crypto assets and related activity to be brought under the umbrella of anti-money laundering requirements. FSB outlines crypto-asset risks to financial...
December 'remains achievable'
Able to monetise its assets
Formal agreement set to be announced soon
Cash holdings continue to grow