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There's been further progress this month as global regulatory bodies attempt to come to terms with the value—and potential dangers—cryptocurrencies bring to the marketplace. Central banks and governments are now openly discussing and sharing their positions on the burgeoning asset class.

Yesterday, as the first G20 summit of 2018 opened in Buenos Aires, the organization's Financial Stability Board (FSB), which coordinates financial regulation for the international forum for central banks, released a statement that, among other things, noted that cryptocurrencies pose no danger to the global economy. Crypto-assets form a small part of the financial system.

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