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European Commission to issue regulation for stablecoins

The European Commission commented on rumors about a possible cryptocurrency ban. Brussels does not plan to prohibit virtual money. Moreover, the Commission even sees stablecoins as a recovery tool for the European economy. Valdis Dombrovskis, Executive Vice President of the European Commission, announced the official stance of the institution on the matter. The politician emphasized that Brussels desired "no longer to obstruct innovation, but to make it possible via regulation." By the end of the autumn, the European Commission plans to introduce a draft bill to regulate cryptocurrencies. This law is expected to keep balance between the risks and possibilities associated with digital currencies. The countries such as Germany, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, and France have already spoken in favor of tighter regulations. According to German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz, the German officials are "firmly convinced" that non-public cryptocurrencies are meaningless. Therefore, they "should be banned if vital." However, the new law should tackle this issue and provide strict regulation. "This is a good chance for Europe to strengthen its international standing and to become a global standard-setter, with European companies leading new technologies for digital finance," Valdis Dombrovskis stated.

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