Cryptocurrency Regulation

Updated: Jan 7, 2019

As local governments try to figure out how to regulate the cryptocurrency market, private institutional ventures have been creating their own means and methods of investment into the space while maintaining their regulatory compliant status.

It has been known, or at least long been theorized, that these same private ventures have been discreetly accruing cryptocurrencies as a means of testing different market factors but only until recently have they publicly displayed interest into the disruptive space. There are many hurdles that prevent large regulatory bodies, like the SEC or FINRA, from giving the cryptocurrency market the blessing it needs for influx of institutional money, however, this doesn’t necessarily mean that already-institutional ventures can’t look into their own ways of creating regulatory compliant vehicles through which they can participate in the growing market. So where do the smart money lay?





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