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Crypto in Mexico: Is All Hope Lost?

Mexico was the first country to issue sector-specific regulations for FinTech companies, published in March 2018 (the “FinTech Law”). Among other subjects, it addressed companies which use digital assets, provide financial advisory, carry out crowdfunding, and perform electronic payments. Later that year, in September, the complementary regulations were issued. Still, a lot of loopholes with regard to digital assets were still pending, which is why a further complementary regulation was discussed and worked on.

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Why Cashing In & Out Of Crypto Exchanges Is (STILL) A Pain In The Ass.

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”) issued several rules which must be followed by anyone dealing with currency (“real” or virtual), in any way. The FinCEN has defined what it deems as a user, an administrator, and an exchanger of virtual currency, on the understanding that “virtual currency” is regarded as a medium of exchange accepted like currency in some environments, but lacking the legal tender status.

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