- The G20 summit is scheduled to take place in Osaka Japan from June 28 to June 29.
- Some members like China and India are openly anti-crypto.
Japan has established itself as one of the most crypto progressive nations around the world. For this reason, the country feels that it can share the guidelines it has formulated with the finance ministers and the central bank governors in the upcoming G20 summit.
A report published by Sankeibiz on April indicates the Japan regulators have already come up with a handbook outlining the measures to prevent the outflow of digital assets. The G20 summit is scheduled to take place in Osaka Japan from June 28 to June 29. The 19 countries represented by their finance ministers and central bank governors will discuss various topics regarding the economy as well international financial stability.
Some members like China and India are openly anti-crypto. Other members are grappling with how to properly regulate the relatively new sector. However, Japan is among the most progressive crypto countries owing to the regulatory measures put in place.
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