The Financial Stability Board (FSB) is working to unveil an international crypto regulation by Q4 2022.
The Financial Stability Board (FSB) is a global agency. This agency monitors and makes recommendations about the international financial system, to step with the precise regulation system and keep the unfair things away. It was established after the G20 London summit in April 2009 as a successor to the Financial Stability Forum (FSF). This agency includes many government agencies from the G20 countries.
On 11 July, Reuters reported that recent significant ups and downs in the crypto market, which resulted in huge losses for many people, are forcing lawmakers to introduce strict regulatory policies to ensure the safety of the investors in this crypto industry.
According to the report, FSB is working on a global crypto regulation system that will be unveiled by the agency in October of this year. But for now, the agency will monitor this industry closely.
Reported FSB agency stated:
“The failure of a market player, in addition to imposing potentially large losses on investors and threatening market confidence arising from crystallization of conduct risks, can also quickly transmit risks to other parts of the crypto-asset ecosystem.”
Agency confirmed that the global regulatory framework will mainly focus the regulation on the stablecoins so that stablecoin issuer Companies remain under strict guidelines to ensure the safety of the users.
The report also noted that the agency will work under its jurisdiction, to remain in compliance & act against possible violations.
Interestingly there are no provisions under the justification of FSB, which can allow it to bring regulatory policies on crypto but still, there are huge chances that member countries may adopt & introduce the proposed regulation.