Nasdaq Cryptocurrency Regulatory Guide
    2023 Cryptocurrency Regulation Guide
    2023 Cryptocurrency Regulation Guide

    Nasdaq Cryptocurrency Regulation Guide

    Stay up-to-date on the latest crypto regulation.

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    Crypto regulation is evolving rapidly. Download Nasdaq’s 2023 Crypto Regulation Guide to see the latest.


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    As long as financial markets have existed, manipulative behaviors have been present. While crypto markets continue to evolve, it is important that organizations take a proactive approach to building integrity and trust in the space.

    Risks and progress aside, across the globe, organizations in charge of regulation from country to country all share the common challenge of ensuring that their constituents are protected from the risks of cryptocurrency investing. 
    As regulation evolves, the onus is on crypto exchange operators and participants alike to ensure they are meeting local and regional regulatory obligations.

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    Practical Guide Markets in Crypto Assets (MiCA) Regulation

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    Practical Guide: Markets in Crypto Assets (MiCA) Regulation

    With MiCA scheduled to go into effect in 2024, now is the time for crypto-asset market participants to implement technology and processes to monitor for market abuse, money laundering, and fraud.

    Access our practical guide to prepare for the upcoming MiCA regulation.

    Clearing the Path for Crypto-Asset Regulation: The EU's MiCA Explained

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    Clearing the Path for Crypto-Asset Regulation: The EU's MiCA Explained

    The EU recently passed the Markets in Crypto-Assets (MiCA) regulation which will go into effect in 2024. The monumental vote will set global standards for the regulation of crypto-assets.

    Read our paper to learn more about the articles within MiCA pertaining to market abuse.

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    Buyer’s Guide: What You Should Be Looking for in Your Crypto Surveillance Solution

    As trading volume and market participation continue to grow within the crypto space, sophisticated trading technologies and manipulation techniques continue to evolve.

    Access our guide to learn how to choose the best crypto surveillance solution for your organization.

    3 Behaviors You Should Be Monitoring For In Crypto Markets

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    Top 3 Behaviors to Monitor in Crypto Markets

    Market manipulation comes in many forms, but when it comes to crypto exchanges, regulators should be monitoring for three forms.

    Read our paper to learn the top three market abuse behaviors likely to occur in cryptocurrency marketplaces.





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    MiCA Regulation and the Key Implications for Surveillance Practitioners

    Tony Sio, Head of Regulatory Strategy and Innovation with Nasdaq Anti-Financial Crime, joins Jill Malandrino on Nasdaq TradeTalks to discuss Markets in Crypto Assets (MiCA) regulation and the key implications for surveillance practitioners.

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    The Vote Is In: The EU’s MiCA Framework Becomes Official

    The vote to implement MiCA shows that governments and regulators are making progress in creating legal frameworks that are modern and accommodative but also prudent.

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    Monitoring Market Abuse in Crypto – What Lessons Can We Learn from Existing Surveillance Best Practices

    Read our interview with Tony Sio, Head of Regulatory Strategy and Innovation for Nasdaq’s Anti-Financial Crime business, to learn the key areas of focus for surveillance practitioners when it comes to MiCA.

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    TECH TUESDAY: Crypto Surveillance in Focus

    While cryptocurrency trading can drive new opportunities, it can also present potential risks for financial institutions spanning liquidity risk, market risk, and regulatory risk.

    See in-depth surveillance coverage in action.

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