The Deputy head of the Ministry of Finance: cryptocurrencies threaten the world instability

Today the Minister of Finance of Argentina, Nicholas Duchowne announced the presentation of new approaches to the international regulation of cryptocurrencies. It will be presented in July. The main reason — the possibility of money laundering, terrorist financing and other threats to global financial stability. The Deputy Finance Minister, another point of view.

Risks of cryptocurrency. The position of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation

Deputy Finance Minister Sergei Storchak voiced the thoughts in the margins of the G20. The official sees no threat in the face of cryptocurrency as the share of transactions with their participation is extremely low, reports TASS.

At the moment, the share of crypto-currencies in the calculations is extremely small, not even one percent, in terms of global payments. So, of course, from the point of view of financial stability there is no threat.

He also spoke about the great attention to the subject of coins, during the event the G20, which was held in Buenos Aires on 19-20 March. The meeting was “riddled with issues scriptactive”.

It should be noted the unanimity of the “twenty” in the transformation of infrastructure into the class of financial assets suitable for investment by institutional investors. In General, this subject is failed, it unanimously supported by all, as all have the problem of how to drag the private sector to participate more actively in the construction of roads, tunnels, ports and so on.

Storchak shared and other details of the meeting.

We talked about direct investment, as well as China and Australia. Now, however, enough total came to more concrete concepts, narrowed the concept to “economic infrastructure” as there are social and financial infrastructure and so on.

While details of the July methods of global regulation of coins no one opened.

Subscribe to our channel in the Telegram. In this bitcoins are not cheaper.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *