The US has already misplaced the race for crypto regulation in 2020 to Europe

The US has already lost the race for crypto regulation in 2020 to Europe

2020 was an outstanding year for the crypto economy, with more companies and institutions than ever implementing the technology. Big announcements like PayPal's decision enable its users to buy and sell (BTC) understandably dominated the headlines. However, crucial regulatory developments around the world have largely flown under the radar and are likely to be even more important to crypto in the long run.

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Johannes Kaske is Director of Sales and Business Development at Metaco, where he is responsible for leading the strategy and implementation of Metaco's sales activities throughout Germany. Before joining Metaco, he worked for the Bavarian State Ministry for Digital Affairs, where he was responsible for the state government's blockchain strategy and headed the Bavarian Center for Blockchain. Johannes graduated from ESADE Business School in Barcelona with a Master of Science in international management.

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