French Regulator Welcomes American Crypto Companies Seeking Refuge

France is becoming an attractive choice for cryptocurrency firms seeking clear regulations, as the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF), France’s primary financial regulator, is offering a welcoming environment for those looking to relocate from the United States. According to a report by CoinDesk, the PSAN framework is designed to provide a standardized set of rules, guaranteeing greater investor protection and market integrity. With the European Union (EU) implementing the Markets in Crypto Assets (MiCA) rules, France is positioning itself as a potential hub for cryptocurrency and currently has 74 registered crypto companies, expected to rise to around 100 when the more firms anticipate the implementation of the comprehensive regulatory framework.

Other regions have also emerged to attract crypto firms seeking more favorable regulatory environments such as the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Switzerland, and Singapore. For instance, Coinbase is considering building an international hub for Coinbase that could serve not only in the Middle East but also parts of Africa or other countries in Asia. The fact that crypto firms are moving out of the United States highlights the negative impact of regulatory ambiguity on the country’s position in the cryptocurrency market. While some firms may maintain a presence in the United States, the departure of key players raises questions about the country’s competitiveness and ability to attract and retain crypto talent. The crypto market remains composed despite regulatory scrutiny, with a global crypto market of over $1 trillion over the past 24 hours.

J-S Tremblay
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