Senior Analyst: Li Xueting
Production: Planet Daily Odaily
The blockchain has gone through 2019 in enthusiasm and noise.
- Summary of the US Senate Digital Monetary Supervision Hearing: Cannot circumvent Libra and cannot bypass China
- China's central bank plans to develop its own digital currency to cope with the impact of Libra
- Does the US ban large technology companies from issuing coins? China "can't sit still"
- China blockchain hardcore technical papers first selected for the international top conference
- Can Libra join forces with hundreds of consortiums to shake the sovereignty of China's legal currency?
- Observation | China blockchain builds a peak in global public opinion
This "young" technology, which is still a toddler, has been trotting towards the second "decade" by its own financial attributes and crazy speculators. It has also been restored to rational investors and the followers. Regulators continue to squeeze the bubble.
Whether it can call itself an industry or industry, in addition to the total capital scale, the continuity of various business links, the integrity of infrastructure and landing projects, the integration with other industries, and other judging criteria, the blockchain must also listen to the supervision and say .
In October 2019, China promoted the blockchain as an "important breakthrough in independent innovation of core technologies" with unprecedented importance. Local governments have issued a number of programmatic documents to support their innovation and layout. In addition, Huang Qifan, deputy director of the China International Economic Exchange Center, announced: "The People's Bank of China is likely to be the first central bank to launch digital currencies in the world." Regardless of the technical level or the field of financial applications, official institutions have demonstrated their overall takeover and leadership in the world. Ambition.
For the supervision of other digital currency related activities, domestic policies have become stricter. Financial regulators in Beijing, Shanghai, and Shenzhen have launched investigations into illegal digital currencies and have already achieved initial results.
Looking at overseas mainstream markets, the US SEC has not yet nodded in applying for a Bitcoin ETF, but is the first to release Bakkt. Bakkt, as the first “futuristic exchange” for bitcoin futures delivered in kind, paved the way for the next stage of mainstream digital currency derivatives.
The US Securities Act's update on the registration exemption of securities products, and the prolonged battle between the Token Classification Act and EOS and TON have attracted much attention and will continue to affect the future development of the industry.
In short, the blockchain that is moving into adulthood is no longer an unrestrained child. How to balance social supervision and technological innovation, and let the "chain" and "coin" develop in an orderly manner has also become a topic explored by governments around the world.
At the beginning of 2020, we updated the regulatory attitudes of major countries on cryptocurrencies, exchanges, and ICOs on the basis of the world map of the digital currency-related regulatory policies (October 2018) , and sorted out the country's Cryptocurrency and block chain supervision or support policy details, and the progress of the central bank's digital currency is summarized and summarized into the following three tables.
- North America
- Latin America