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Blockchain group INATBA reiterates concerns over proposed European regulations

The International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications has faulted some aspects of the European Commission’s proposed crypto regulations.
Six months after its first response to the European Commission’s crypto legislative proposal, the International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications, or INATBA, has released a detailed report on key issues regarding the planned regulations.According to the recently published document, INATBA argued that the commission’s Markets in Crypto Assets regulations do not favor emerging cryptocurrency and blockchain firms. Instead, the blockchain group backed by Ripple and ConsenSys argued that the EC’s legislative proposal offers a significant advantage to incumbents in the legacy financial ecosystem.Indeed, this criticism is common among crypto and blockchain stakeholders in jurisdictions moving towards a more regularized digital asset regulatory infrastructure. This opposition often revolves around the cost of compliance associated with the extensive financial and customer disclosure regimes demanded by regulators.As previously reported by Cointelegraph, MiCA is part of the European Commission’s digital finance overhaul. While still theoretical, MiCA may be applicable across the European Economic Area if it is approved, without the need for individual national ratification.The INATBA document also highlighted some deficiencies in the proposed MiCA regulations regarding the decentralized finance arena. According to the report, the MiCA regulatory framework does not “sufficiently facilitate” crypto niche markets like DeFi.INATBA’s conclusions were drawn from surveys and engagements with crypto industry participants. According to INATBA, the purpose of these surveys were to gauge the level of regulatory awareness among …
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