Blueprints To Regulate Stablecoins And Issue An NFT Set to Be Unveiled By The UK Treasury 

United Kingdom’s chancellor, Rishi Sunak, draws out plans to regulate Stablecoins and issue an NFT. This will help put the UK on the list of other countries that are crypto-friendly tech hubs.

The release of the non-fungible token is set to represent the UK government’s newfound commitment to blockchain technology and acceptance to crypto investments. 

This plan will make Stablecoins seen as a genuine and valid way of making payments. The Treasury assured that with appropriate regulation, a more efficient means of payment and a wider consumer choice will be provided.

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“We want to see the businesses of tomorrow – and the jobs they create – here in the UK, and by regulating effectively we can give them the confidence they need to think and invest long-term,” Sunak said.

According to the Treasury’s official Twitter account, this plan will show the “forward-looking approach we are determined to take towards crypto assets in the UK.” 

This approach surfaces after a period of confusion surrounding crypto regulation in the UK. The measure which is being put in place through the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has given many investors a reason to reconsider their place in the UK market and probably seek licenses elsewhere.

The FCA informed the general public in a post on its website on Monday that the event scheduled to hold on May 10-11 will assemble technologists, crypto specialists, academics, regulated financial institutions, and consumer bodies.

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