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EU agrees on landmark crypto regulation in wake of Terra meltdown and Bitcoin plunge


The rules aim to better protect consumers from wild swings in cryptocurrencies and require more transparency on the industry’s environmental impact.

Added on the 01/07/2022 08:26:18 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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