- US Treasury Department will calculate risk related to the Tether and Stablecoins.
- Treasury Department is watching over a crypto transaction made by stablecoins.
- Officials will launch a formal review by the Financial Stability Oversight Council.
Stablecoins could be facing new rules as the US Treasury Department steps up to help the US to identify the risks posed by Tether and other Stablecoins. According to a Bloomberg report, The Treasury Department is working with other financial markets to present a report on a possible regulatory framework for stablecoins.
The treasury department is preparing to review highlighting challenges created by Stablecoin and its effect on the crypto market. They are preparing policy recommendations designed to ensure Stablecoin holders to freely convert between Stablecoins and other assets.
Top officials and intellectuals are worried because of the boom in Cryptosale. According to them, this hike can lead to financial instability. The increasing crypto exposure could turn into a surprising hike in Stablecoin, which is dangerous.
U.S regulators are planning to clamp down on the fast-growing crypto industry, and the Treasury will help in this approach by preparing a roadmap for framework and policy. Officials also intend to launch a formal review by the Financial Stability Oversight Council regarding Stablecoins future threat.
Treasury officials are keeping an eye on transactions made by Stablecoins and their impact on the market. Moreover, the Treasury Department is also worried about the growth of certain tokens which are backed by tech giants like Facebook inc. Earlier, Facebook announced the development of a stable coin called Diem.
“It is significant and very consequential that we are witnessing early steps to create a regulatory framework around digital assets,” said Tomich Tillemann, a Global head of policy at a crypto fund.