Turkey has launched new crypto regulatory policies focusing on licensing and taxation.
The introduction of a new regulatory system is the country’s strategic move to get off FATF’s “grey list.”
The policy will also address capital requirements, digital security measures, custody services, and proof of reserves.
Turkey, the fourth largest country in crypto trading, has introduced new crypto regulation policies focusing on licensing and taxation. The country is taking this step to regulate cryptocurrencies to get off the Financial Action Task Force’s (FATF) “grey list.”
Bora Erdamar, Director at BlockchainIST Center, a research and development center for blockchain technology, acknowledged the necessity of new regulatory norms in Turkey’s crypto markets to “prevent abuse of the system.” He asserted,
Introducing certain licensing standards will be one of the top priorities in the new regulation.
Erdamar added that the country has also proposed to launch regulatory policies to address capital requirements, digital security measures, and custody services, among other issues.
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