Commissioner Giancarlo called for 'do no harm' regulation of the technology
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission's
Chris Giancarlo has urged global regulators to come up with a
common approach to nascent distributed ledger or "blockchain"
In a special address at the
DTCC’s Blockchain Symposium on Tuesday, the CFTC
commissioner drew a parallel with the early days of the
internet and flexible regulation in the Clinton era:
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