Virtual currencies make it onto ESMA's 2018 agenda

The European Securities and Markets Authority has added virtual currencies to its top priorities for 2018.

The European regulator has released its 2018 Supervisory Convergence Work Programme, which outlines its priorities for the coming year.

One of the authority's new tasks will be to monitor developments in financial innovation, in particular virtual currencies, blockchain and initial coin offerings.


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