The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has recently made a statement on the need for more comprehensive policies in the world of cryptocurrency.
Now, with the recent failure of some exchanges, establishing effective policies has become a priority for authorities. This also refers to last year’s FTX failure as many crypto related entities know it.
Due to poor money management, a lack of liquidity, and a high number of withdrawals, FTX fell. In order to stop a worse market meltdown, it would purchase FTX. Sources such as Binance and other crypto sources stated.
However, as more news stories about mishandled customer cash emerged, Binance hastily withdrew from the agreement. It announced that it will no longer purchase FTX, citing “corporate due diligence” as the reason for its decision.
Quite recently Binance ending up like FTX has also been the talk of the town. However Ivona Gutovic, COO of Green Crypto Processing, thinks that Binance consumers shouldn’t be concerned.
“At the moment, it is safe to say that Binance will not collapse after FTX. The whole point is that the problems are a consequence of the situation with FTX.” Gutovic stated.
“To protect national sovereignty, it is important not to grant crypto assets official currency or legal tender status. Doing so would require accepting them in many jurisdictions for tax payments, fines, and debt settlements, and could generate fiscal risks for government finances, and could threaten financial stability or rapid inflation.”
One feels that the rapid growth of the crypto market has led to a wide range of new investment opportunities, but with these opportunities come new risks.
IMF global approach: Regulating the Crypto industry:
The IMF is calling for a more coordinated global approach to regulating the crypto industry, which would provide greater protection for investors and promote economic stability.
This is a crucial issue that needs to be addressed, as the crypto market continues to grow and evolve.
Ritchie Torres, a US congressman, has urged the SEC to halt its “assault” on cryptocurrencies because they are not securities and should not be treated as such. In a letter to SEC Chair Gary Gensler, Torres made the remarks and highlighted his concern over the organization’s recent measures against bitcoin companies.
Now the authorities are also going towards the instant and effective implementation.
They will be implementing effective policy necessitates a number of actions, including good coordination, both domestically and internationally.
Policymakers can defend investor interests, advance financial stability in the digital era, and safeguard monetary sovereignty by adopting a comprehensive strategy and putting these ideas into practice. So they need to adapt these implementations as soon as they can. Otherwise the world of cryptocurrency might be near failure.