FSB published a directory of crypto-asset regulators. The directory provides information on the international bodies and the relevant regulators and other authorities in FSB jurisdictions who are dealing with crypto-asset issues and the aspects covered by them. The publication of the directory is part of ongoing work by the FSB and standard-setting bodies on crypto-assets. The directory will be delivered to the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting on April 11-12, 2019.
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