Cointelegraph Consulting: Research shows how DeFi can merge with traditional finance

Cointelegraph Consulting: Research shows how DeFi can merge with traditional finance

As public acceptance of crypto assets increases, global regulations continue to advance, recognizing decentralized technologies as a suitable infrastructure for the dematerialization of securities. In Luxembourg, the country that ranks second in the world in terms of assets under management, the country’s regulator has passed a bill explicitly recognizing the possibility of using distributed ledger technology to dematerialize securities.

Regulation is moving fast elsewhere across Europe: tokenized securities are now subject to the same rules and regulations as traditional financial instruments in many other European countries, including France, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Romania, Spain and the United Kingdom.

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