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OECD regulatory receivables weighing on the market

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Matthias Nemack –
21.01.2019

The OECD recognizes the Blockchain as an opportunity. In the case of ICOs, however, the establishment is now calling for a uniform worldwide regulatory measures.

A number of courses had to be recorded to bad debt losses

After the OECD called on the weekend, officially, the regulatory bodies should work worldwide to controls around new ICOs at the crypto market and, finally, pull together, went to the courses for some of the major digital currencies, first noticeable in the basement for the start of the new week. The Bitcoin messages from the Organisation for economic development and cooperation, as well as Ethereum or Ripple met. Also off the Top 10 in the industry, the message is a hit, at least temporarily. Monero and Neo had to arrange also with Price reductions.

What are the consequences of the implementation?

Although able to stabilize the rates are now back and making up ground. Interesting and important is the question of what the effects of the subsidies of the OECD for the market is one way or the other. In particular, the call for an international Monitoring System could leave with an actual implementation of the goals at the global level traces and the function of a kind of brake. To the chagrin of the industry, which is actually focused on growth. In the case of the authority, it is, as expected, the demand is less the creation of a Stumble as the use of the Blockchain and the implementation of other ICOs for users in spe to make safer.

The green light for the Blockchain, but plans for the ICO guidelines?

Here is made the authority a clear difference between the Blockchain as a technological opportunity on the one hand, and Litecoin and other currencies on the other. In 2018, the OECD had warned again of the dangers in the context of the taxation of crypto currencies. The addressed governmental bodies all over the world, which has long been hard in the planning of possible crypto-reviews do lack the extensive reactions. The courses have recovered, fortunately, largely from the first scare.

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