Hodler’s Digest, February 6-12 By Cointelegraph
Russia to Regulate Digital Assets as Currency, McDonald’s Eyes Metaverse, YouTube to Embrace NFTs and XRP Pumps 30%: Hodler’s Digest, Feb 6-12
The Russian government and the central bank agree to treat as currency
The Russian government and the central bank have reached an agreement to regulate crypto as an analogue of currencies instead of digital financial assets.
The updated regulations are part of a bill set to launch on February 18 that will see approved cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin operate in legal exchanges through the banking system or licensed intermediaries.
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