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Title: Legal aspects of cryptocurrency’s circulation: international experience and possibilities of its application in Ukraine
Authors: Karchevskyi, M.
Kovalenko, A.
Карчевський, М.
Коваленко, А. В.
Matviichuk, A.
Zavalnyi M.
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Cuestiones Politicas
Citation: Karchevskyi, M., Kovalenko, A., Matviichuk, A., & Zavalnyi , M. V. (2021). Legal aspects of cryptocurrency’s circulation: international experience and possibilities of its application in Ukraine. Cuestiones Políticas, 39(70), 153-164. https://doi.org/10.46398/cuestpol.3970.09.
Abstract: Based on documentary scientific methodology, the legal aspects of the circulation of cryptocurrencies in Ukraine and other countries of the world are analyzed. The relationship between the state's level of economic development and the level of its interest in cryptocurrencies is demonstrated. It was shown that almost all successful states can create and implement their own cryptocurrency. In addition, it was noted how important the issue of choosing the proper form of legal regulation of the cryptocurrency industry is today. For example, many researchers and experts have emphasized that a kind of compromise must be reached on issues related to the legal regulation of cryptocurrencies. It is therefore concluded that this applies to both the sphere of domestic and international law, where clarity, transparency and unambiguousness of legal norms must prevail. Regarding the latter, it is clarified that cryptocurrencies should no longer exist as a shadow source of income for unidentified individuals. Instead, they should be completely banned and eliminated in both the economic and legal fields, or they should be legalized and regulated by current legislation.
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