找回密码
 立即注册
首页 区块链新闻 查看内容
  • QQ空间

世界交易所联合会(WFE),要求金融稳定委员会起草一份包括全球稳定货币(GSC)在内的加密 ...

2020-7-23 14:49

 

世界交易所联合会(WFE),全球证券交易所和中央交易对手协会,正在要求金融稳定委员会起草一份包括全球稳定货币(GSC)在内的加密资产分类。


已经有几个工业项目针对这一挑战。九个月前,企业以太坊联盟(EEA)发布了令牌分类计划。从那时起,这个项目(和EEA的领导一起)被转移到一个新的技术不可知论小组——互联联盟(IWA)。新组织的成员包括埃森哲、DTCC、SIX Digital Exchange以及另一个分类机构——国际令牌标准化协会(ITSA)。


IWA正在开发三个框架,分类法只是其中之一。其他是与分类法和市场数据分析框架相配套的法律条款。


分类学要求是为了回应金融稳定委员会对全球稳定的咨询。下面是世界交易所联合会的回应。

世界交易所联合会宣布


注意:我们正在试验一些文章,发布公告,有时以简短的评论作为前缀。


全球交易所和ccp行业组织——世界交易所联合会(World Federation of Exchanges,简称“WFE”)呼吁,针对稳定蛋白的增长,应开发一种通用分类法,将更广泛地涵盖加密资产。这将在它们进一步分裂之前创建一致和通用的监管分类,而不是在事实发生后试图修复差异。


WFE要求金融稳定委员会和其他国际标准制定机构生成、采用和使用一种全球分类,因为它将推动对全球稳定货币(GSC)或加密资产是否符合某种分类或定义的共同理解。这将减少辖区之间的差异,遏制监管不协调。对分类的定期审查将确保已成熟并可能构成新的、可行的和常用的产品的GSC和加密资产的形式能够被合并和管理。


世界粮食安全联盟要求金融稳定理事会考虑进一步开展工作的三个领域:


通过分类法为所有GSC和加密资产创建分类

建议对所有加密资产的应用

将跨境合作建议和信息共享要求应用于监管所有GSC/加密资产的交易


WFE表示,监管机构应合作共享全球稳定蛋白和加密资产、以及它们的发行者和交易平台的信息。如果没有统一的执行和监督措施,围绕市场诚信和消费者保护的问题就不会得到充分解决。


世界野生动物联合会首席执行官南迪尼·苏库马尔说;“我们支持寻求解决分散的监管方法的总体雄心,转移到结果的焦点,应用‘相同的业务,相同的风险,相同的规则’的原则;以及在批发和零售领域的全球稳定监管中开展跨境合作的必要性。”

 

The World Federation of Exchanges (WFE), the global association of securities exchanges and central counterparties, is asking the Financial Stability Board to draw up a taxonomy for crypto-assets that will also include Global Stablecoins (GSC).

There have been several industry projects that have targeted the challenge. Nine months ago, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) published the Token Taxonomy Initiative. Since then, the project was moved (along with the EEA leader) into a new technology agnostic group, the Interwork Alliance (IWA). Members of the new group include Accenture, the DTCC, and SIX Digital Exchange as well as another taxonomy body, the International Token Standardization Association (ITSA). 

The IWA is working on three frameworks, where the taxonomy is just one of them. The others are legal clauses to go with the taxonomy and a market data analytics framework.

The taxonomy request is in response to the Financial Stability Board consultation re global stablecoins. The full World Federation of Exchanges’ response is here.

World Federation of Exchanges Announcement

Note: we are experimenting with some articles, publishing the announcement, sometimes prefixed with a brief commentary.

The World Federation of Exchanges (“WFE”), the global industry group for exchanges and CCPs, called for a response to the growth of stablecoins by developing a common taxonomy that would also cover crypto-assets more broadly. This would create consistent and common regulatory classifications before they fragment further, rather than trying to fix differences after the fact.

The WFE asked the Financial Stability Board, and other international standard-setting bodies, to generate, adopt and use a global taxonomy as it would drive a common understanding of whether a global stablecoin (GSC) or crypto-asset fits a certain classification or definition. This would reduce the variance between jurisdictions and curb regulatory dissonance. A periodic review of the taxonomy would ensure that forms of GSC and crypto-assets, which have matured and may constitute a new, viable and commonly used product, can be incorporated and regulated accordingly.

The WFE asked the FSB to consider three areas for further work:

  • Creating classifications via a taxonomy for all GSC and crypto-assets
  • Application of the recommendations to all crypto-assets 
  • Applying the cross-border co-operation recommendations and information-sharing requirements to the supervision of all those trading GSC/crypto-assets

Regulators should cooperate to share information on global stablecoins and crypto-assets and also on their issuers and the platforms on which they are traded, the WFE said. Without formalised co-ordinated approaches to enforcement and oversight in general, issues around market integrity and consumer protection will not be fully addressed. 

Nandini Sukumar, Chief Executive Officer of the WFE said; “We support the overall ambition of seeking to address fragmented regulatory approaches by moving to an outcomes focus, applying the ‘same business, same risk, same rules’ principle; and building on the need for cross-border co-operation in the supervision of global stablecoin, both for wholesale and retail.”

 

来自: Ledger Insights