It appears that regulatory strife may well be in store for stablecoins, with experts opining that fiat-pegged tokens could fall under the scrutiny of financial policymakers.
Quoted in the Financial Times, John Salmon, the head of the legal firm Hogan Lovells’ blockchain and cryptocurrency division, opined:
“Certainly the direction of travel is to look at regulating
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