The news comes via a Reuters report citing a government official with knowledge of the situation. However, the likelihood of the G20 finance chiefs uniting on new international rules are not high, the official said, as different countries approach regulation of cryptocurrencies in a variety of ways.
“The general feeling among the G20 members is that applying too stringent regulations won’t be good,” an official was quoted as saying.
The G20 meeting will take place in Buenos Aires from March 19-20.
If Japan makes the call for cooperative action on cryptocurrencies, the nation will likely not be alone…