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The public offering to fewer than 150 persons per Member State and the public of crypto-assets whose total consideration does not exceed 1 million Euros over the last 12 months are exempted from the above requirements (Article 4(2)). Whilst the MiCAR closes the existing regulatory gap in relation to crypto-assets, it does not affect the regulation of crypto-assets that already fall within the scope of existing regulatory frameworks. In addition, some Non-Fungible-Tokens (“NFTs”) will be outside the scope of the MiCAR. In addition, the MiCAR introduces the notion of significant tokens for ARTs and EMTs. The categorisation of EMTs and ARTs as significant tokens will be performed by the European Banking Authority (the “EBA”) and trigger the application of additional (stricter) requirements to issuers of such crypto-assets.
On November 14, 2021, an anti-money laundering order[159] regulating transactions in digital currencies came into effect. The new law is seen as the first step toward the need for entities dealing in digital currencies to have a permanent operating license. In early 2022, the country said[156] it was exploring the possible use of cryptos for international trade, which potentially would allow some businesses to make international payments using cryptos. Bank Indonesia, the country’s central bank, has banned the use of cryptocurrencies as a payment tool. It has also proposed a ban on crypto trading for retail investors under which only professional investors who have more than HK$8 million in assets would be allowed to trade. has said that existing AML laws extend to virtual currencies in certain contexts. The Bolivian government banned the use of cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin in 2014, in the belief that it would facilitate tax evasion and monetary instability. “It is illegal to use any kind of currency that is not issued and controlled by a government or an authorized entity,” Bolivia’s central bank[39] (BCB) said. The United States is home to the largest number of crypto investors, exchanges, trading platforms, crypto mining firms and investment funds.
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