New assets: an analysis of cryptocurrencies and their regulation all over the world

Russo, Ettore (A.A. 2020/2021) New assets: an analysis of cryptocurrencies and their regulation all over the world. Tesi di Laurea in Principles of civil law, Luiss Guido Carli, relatore Valerio Cosimo Romano, pp. 82. [Bachelor's Degree Thesis]

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The foundation of cryptocurrency. Defining distributed ledger technology. The structure of blockchain. The consensus mechanism. Blockchain's other purposes. The various definitions of cryptocurrency. European central bank. International monetary fund. Bank for international settlements. World bank. Financial action task force. Agents involved in the cryptocurrency market. Analysis of the top 10 cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin (BTC). Ethereum (ETH). Binance coin (BNB). Dogecoin (DOGE). Ripple (XRP). Tether (USDT). Cardano (ADA). Polkadot (DOT). Bitcoin cash (BCH). Litecoin (LTC). Comparative summary of cryptocurrencies' regulation globally. The CBDC phenomenon. European law: how EU and non-EU members are approaching cryptocurrencies. An overview of the "markets in crypto-assets regulation". The MiCa's origin. The MiCA's structure. An analysis of MiCA's flaws. The MiFID-markets in financial instruments directive and its relationship with crypto-assets. Russia's regulation of crypto-assets. CryptoRuble, Russia's cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrencies in North and South America. New York's trust charters. The bipartisan infrastructure bill. The situation in Canada. The South American's regulation: Mexico, Argentina and Bolivia. Brazil and Chile. Ecuador and Peru. Uruguay and Venezuela. Cryptocurrencies in Asia. Thailand and Cambodia’s approach. India's resistance to cryptocurrencies. South and North Korea: investors and bank robbers. Singapore: the city-state's regulation. China: cryptocurrencies’ greatest supporter and enemy.The future of cryptocurrencies in Africa.


Bibliografia: pp. 75-82.

Thesis Type: Bachelor's Degree Thesis
Institution: Luiss Guido Carli
Degree Program: Bachelor's Degree Programs > Bachelor's Degree Program in Economics and Business, English language (L-33)
Chair: Principles of civil law
Thesis Supervisor: Romano, Valerio Cosimo
Academic Year: 2020/2021
Session: Autumn
Deposited by: Alessandro Perfetti
Date Deposited: 21 Mar 2022 12:08
Last Modified: 21 Mar 2022 12:08


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