The European Union (EU) recently announced new legislation that will continue to regulate the crypto industry within its borders.
While many argue that decentralized digital assets should be free from intervention, this news shows that power-makers are starting to take crypto seriously and that it has a considerable future in global finance.
While the Markets in Crypto Assets Regulation (MiCA) and the law to reveal the identities of those making crypto payments will change the landscape somewhat, it’s important to remember that these changes don’t take effect until 2024.
This gives those currently operating in the space, and prominent crypto projects, plenty of time to adjust. That means the future is still bright for the likes of Oryen,
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