Episode 38: Updates on Stablecoin Regulation with Circle

Show notes

In this episode, Caroline Hill and Teana Baker-Taylor from Circle provide us with the current regulation and policy developments such as the implications of MiCA, the competitiveness of different regulatory approaches and developments worldwide. We talk about take-aways from the Circle Converge event, how stablecoin regulation is perceived by Circle as a private entity stablecoin issuer, Circle's involvement with regulators and the possibility and potential risk of regulatory arbitrage between different jurisdictions.

Which general trends in stablecoin regulation did we see around the world after the Terra crash and can they be classified as timely? How do Teana and Caroline see developments such as the efforts of the Federal Government to draft stablecoin bills? How will the different calibrations of stablecoin regulation around the world affect their competitiveness?

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