British authorities split on banning sale of crypto investment products

British authorities split on banning sale of crypto investment products


The policy decision-makers in the United Kingdom got split on whether the sale, marketing, and distribution of derivatives and exchange-traded notes (ETNs) tied with cryptocurrencies should be prohibited when it comes to retail investors. The Regulatory Policy Committee believes the measure, adopted in 2021, to be unjustified under current circumstances. 

The prohibition, enacted by the chief British regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), came into force in January 2021. Since that time, the companies could no longer offer cryptocurrency derivatives products such as futures, options and exchange-traded notes, or ETNs, to retail customers.

Back at the time, the blanket ban ignored 97% of respondents to the FCA’s own consultation, who opposed the FCA proposed the “disproportionate” prohibition and argued that retail investors are capable of assessing the

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