The European Commission is supporting the massive-scale ban on stablecoins in order to stop them from becoming widely used in place of fiat currency, according to a leaked document.
A lot of European officials seem to be in favor of EU finance ministers, who have proposed hard measures to terminate the advancement of stablecoins like Facebook’s now-abandoned Libra stablecoin from replacing the euro and are asking for their issuance to be stopped if transactions go up from one million per day.
EU lawmakers are looking to pass a cryptocurrency law identified as the Cryptocurrency Asset Market Regulation (MiCA), with a series of different negotiations, for months, but it has not reached a clear end result currently.
MiCA presents steps to ensure crypto assets are well governed, honestly offered to investors and have legitimate and safe reserves, especially when they reach a significant scale. The extra proposals would be applicable to globally used stablecoins that are tied to a plethora of assets, instead of those fixed to an individual fiat currency like the euro.
The governments of many countries are looking into introducing rules and policies for stablecoins as they get more and more recognition. Anyhow, it is necessary to find out the government’s take on stablecoins as the marketplace has suffered many consequences on some occasions.
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