專家認為, 在 2018, 我們可以預期, 政府將加強對 ico 市場嘅控制, cryptocurrency 交流, 和貿易商. 與此同時, 世界主要中央銀行 cryptocurrency potential-in 特別, 比特幣-並準備明年購買. 我有研究過各種金融機構走向密碼市場嘅途徑會喺咩方向發展 2018.
今年, 好多國家嘅貨幣當局引入了 ico 監管, 並對呢種吸引投資的方式表示了態度。. 所以, 中國同韓國正式禁止在其領土上舉行的 ico. 相反, 美國, 加拿大, 瑞士, 日本, 星架坡, 阿聯酋同 e. 發佈咗幾個允許 ico 正式嘅決定, 與 ico 被服從財政當局章程. 已發行嘅令牌可能屬於現行法律, 例如, 規範間交易的一個. According to Jerry Brito, Executive Director of the nonprofit organization Coin-Center, governments will follow the US example and increase control over token sales in 2018. In the USA, some specific tokens in an ICO are considered securities and regulated under relevant laws. Stephen Obie, a partner at international law firm Jones Day, expresses a similar idea:
“I think certainly more clarity will come about through enforcement actions and other guidance that the SEC will give in the tokenized marketplace. The regulator knows about this market and takes it seriously.”
Experts believe that actions similar to ICO will be taken in respect of cryptocurrency, 尤其係, 比特. Dmitriy 竹林, ins 生態系統聯合創始人, dwells upon this issue:
“As Bitcoin booms, regulation will first frame ICOs and then move on to cryptocurrencies, 然而, it is difficult to now predict if this will have a positive or negative outcome for the industry. Despite an increase in regulation in the crypto space, 我相信, blockchain 作為一項技術, 唔會受到嚴厲監管的阻礙。”
比特幣交易已經喺各國被禁止, 如玻利維亞, 厄瓜多爾, 印度, 孟加拉囯, 冰島, 吉爾吉斯斯坦, 摩洛哥, 尼泊爾, 馬來西亞, 印尼, 同台灣. 與此同時, 中國, 禁止喺當地 cryptocurrency 交易所交易, 俄羅斯正在準備 cryptocurrency 監管法案, 可能會生效 2018. 喺美國, 比特幣投資者將不得不向國稅局報告收益 (國稅) 並按通知納稅 2014-21.
在12月 4, the UK and EU financial regulators declared about planning to pass the law under which cryptocurrency traders and investors, 在某些情況下, would be required to disclose their personal information, and cryptocurrency exchanges would have to provide authorities with access to user information. According to the state financial bodies, these measures are necessary to prevent money-laundering activity and terrorism financing. Harmonization of different approaches toward this issue will be completed in early 2018, and the law will come into force by the end of the next year.
G7 central banks and cryptocurrency
Every sign indicates the reinforcement of the crypto market regulation by financial authorities in different countries. Regulators, 然而, see the potential in cryptocurrency as well. 在 2018, G7 central banks will start buying cryptocurrencies to bolster their foreign reserves. A turning point for G7 central banks will be when the bitcoin market capitalization exceeds the value of all SDR (special drawing rights). 係國際貨幣基金組織創建嘅國際儲備資產 (組織) 補充其成員國’ 官方儲備. 比特幣大寫, 例如, 有超過 sdr 嘅價值 (大約 $291 億).
另一個轉摺點會係識到 g7 貨幣嘅價值係貶值反對 cryptocurrencies. 在 2018, 我們將見證比特幣同其他 cryptocurrencies 成為最重要的國際貨幣的市值, 據專家.
By creating national digital currencies, many countries are even planning to translate their national currencies to blockchain. Jim Angleton, President of Aegis FinServ Corp, is sure that the number of countries producing such currencies will only grow:
“We know that nowadays 108 countries are experimenting with issuing digital currencies in favor of eliminating their paper currency and exiting dependence upon the U$D. 我們相信 20+ Countries will begin Beta Testing towards their goals.”
Last October, we came to know that Russia would get its own national digital currency, cryptoruble. The government will take control over issuance and circulation of cryptoruble in Russia, with cryptocurrency mining becoming impossible. 也, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro issued an instruction, according to which the launch of the national cryptocurrency El Petro is planned in the next year. Venezuelan natural resource stocks, such as gold, oil, and diamonds, would back El Petro.
The ICO and crypto trading were officially banned in China, but it was the first country that tested the digital prototype of the national currency. Yao Qian, head of the Digital Currency Research Department at the People’s Bank of China, stated that the financial regulator must issue national cryptocurrency that would serve as a legal tender as soon as possible.
In December the central banks of the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia launched a pilot initiative for cross-border payments. The involvement of Saudi Arabia’s central bank is notable, given that before there were no official statements about cryptocurrency, crypto market, or blockchain by country’s financial regulators. The U.A.E., in its turn, is developing a number of blockchain projects in the private and public sector, and Global Blockchain Council of Dubai is in charge of many of them.