Fintech Market Overview

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Digital assets in Spain

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On 24 September 2020, the European Commission published its proposed regulation on markets in cryptoassets (MiCA), which forms part of a wider set of publications on Europe's Digital Finance Strategy. MiCA introduces specific disclosure and transparency requirements, such as a requirement for a prospectus or white paper to be issued with a number of crypto-specific disclosures, and a requirement that issuers are established as legal entities and supervised effectively. Additional obligations will apply to issuers of asset-referenced tokens (or stablecoins). On 24 November 2021, the European Council adopted its position on the proposal and is currently holding trilogue negotiations with the European Commission and the European Parliament.1

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