Central banks say they are not threatened by cryptocurrency

  • July 1, 2018
  • 12:17 pm ET

While privacy coins like Monero and ZCash do pose challenges to financial regulators, mainly because transactions on those networks are anonymous and borderless by nature, the EU Parliament doesn’t seem threatened by the growing popularity of cryptocurrency, as noted in July’s Monetary Dialogue report.

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While privacy coins like Monero and ZCash do pose challenges to financial regulators, mainly because transactions on those networks are anonymous and borderless by nature, the EU Parliament doesn’t seem threatened by the growing popularity of cryptocurrency, as noted in July’s Monetary Dialogue report.


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