The FMLC has also drawn attention to the possible overlap of the new regime for stablecoins with the existing regime under the E-Money Regulations.
In order to have a better understanding of impact of Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) and Machine Learning (“ML”) on financial services, the Bank of England (the “BoE”) and the Financial Conduct Authority (the “FCA”) have established the Artificial Intelligence Public-Private Forum (“AIPPF”).
The FMLC has submitted a response to the Consultation to draw attention to concerns with regards the definition of a “qualifying cryptoasset”.
In this paper, the FMLC explores the ways in which regulators and legislators have attempted to grapple with the many varieties of virtual currencies and in particular those which have arguably come to function as money for legal purposes. The definition of “virtual currencies” in the E.U.’s Fifth Money Laundering
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