Coinbase’s vice president of international policy told Cointelegraph the meetings took place in Canberra and Sydney and touched on the government’s token mapping efforts.
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The Reserve Bank of Australia and Treasury have been holding private meetings with executives from Coinbase, with discussions revolving around the future of crypto regulation in Australia.
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Responding to Cointelegraph’s request for comment, an RBA spokesperson confirmed recent reports that these private meetings had occurred, stating that Coinbase met with the RBA’s Payments Policy and Financial Stability departments this week “as part of the Bank’s ongoing liaison with industry.”
Coinbase vice president of international policy Tom Duff Gordon, who was reported to have flown in for the meetings,
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