The European Union is closing in on an agreement to regulate the cryptocurrency sector that would establish common rules across the 27 member countries according to a Bloomberg report. France, the current EU chair, and the European Parliament are optimistic about resolving a Markets in Crypto-Assets (MiCA) regulatory agreement before the end of this month.

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For over 30 years, Marin Ivezic has been protecting financial services and critical infrastructure against financial crime, cyber, and regulatory risks. He previously held multiple interim CRO, CISO and technology leadership roles in Global 2000 companies. Since 2013 he has been advising institutions and regulators around the world on safe, secure and compliant adoption of crypto assets and other decentralized technologies.