Global rules leave crypto firms with no place to hide, says G20 watchdog

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By Huw Jones LONDON (Reuters) – Globally agreed rules leave crypto firms with no option but to introduce basic safeguards to prevent the blow-ups seen at FTX exchange and other crypto casualties, the G20’s Financial Stability Board said on Monday. The FSB published on Monday final recommendations requested by the G20 on supervising firms that trade cryptoassets such as bitcoin. The watchdog also revised its existing recommendations for stablecoins in light of the demise of TerraUSD/Luna coins. Both borrow universal guard rails from mainstream finance before the sector grows big enough to pose …

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