Taiwan introduces crypto bill to Parliament

On Oct. 25, Taiwanese legislators introduced the Virtual Asset Management Bill to the unicameral parliament, the Legislative Yuan. The bill aims to provide “better protection” for the customers and “properly supervise” the industry. 

The 30-page bill appears moderate in its demands for the industry. It suggests some common sense obligations for the virtual asset service providers (VASPs), such as separating customer funds from the company’s reserve funds, establishing an internal control and audit system, and joining the local trade association.

However, at this point, it doesn’t require stablecoin issuers to hold a 1:1 ratio of reserve funds, and it doesn’t mention…

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