During the G20 summit, the Spanish Minister of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness, Román Escolano Olivares, revealed that he doesn’t see cryptocurrencies as a threat to the global financial system and that the European Union (EU) may not wait for a globally coordinated effort to regulate cryptos.
The cryptocurrency markets rose for a third consecutive day on Wednesday, enabling every top 10-cryptocurrency to post gains against the US dollar and most to advance by more than five percent.
The US sanctions list keeps getting longer.
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