Fed conducted 'policy sprints' around crypto assets to address regulatory clarity

Fed conducted 'policy sprints' around crypto assets to address regulatory clarity


The United States Federal Reserve is planning to address ambiguities that they feel are plaguing digital asset regulation in the country following rapid analyses between government agencies.

In a Nov. 23 announcement, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System said it recently worked with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Office of the Comptroller of the Currency on a series of “policy sprints” aimed at addressing regulatory clarity in the crypto space. The interagency effort included building a greater understanding of the terminology surrounding crypto assets, identifying potential risks, and analyzing existing regulatory frameworks to determine if any changes were necessary.

According to the Fed, in 2022 the three agencies plan to address whether “certain crypto-related activities conducted by banking organizations are legally permissible” in

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