Hester Peirce: The US SEC can learn from other countries when building a cryptographic framework

Hess Peirce, a member of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and "encrypted mother," recently said that the US SEC can learn from other countries when establishing its own cryptographic regulatory framework. Peirce introduced the uniqueness and distinctive features of the US encryption system. It also emphasized cross-border considerations and detailed the cryptographic frameworks applicable to several countries and regions, such as Singapore, Bermuda, and Japan.