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G20 Adopts Roadmap for Digital Currency Regulation, Backed by IMF and FSB

The G20 Agrees on Regulatory Roadmap for Cryptocurrencies, as Polkadot Readies for Growth

In an era when cryptocurrencies have increasingly become a part of daily life, the world’s key economic powers are stepping up their efforts to regulate the industry. Recently, members of the Group of Twenty (G20) have given their nod to a roadmap for the regulation of digital currencies. This initiative proposed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Financial Stability Board (FSB) aims to bring macro-economic and financial stability to the crypto sector.

The G20’s Positive Nod to Crypto

The G20’s acceptance of this regulatory framework is viewed as a positive step in the right direction for the crypto community. Instead of entirely banning digital currencies and crypto assets, this roadmap suggests establishing supervisory mechanisms over the industry. The decision to adopt the roadmap was taken under the current Indian presidency and includes finance ministers and central bank governors from the G20 nations. Significantly, the G20’s Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors (FMCBGs) endorsed this framework at their meeting that concluded on the 13th of October in Marrakesh, Morocco.

Framework Goals and Expectations

The regulatory roadmap aims at achieving macro-economic and financial stability and aims for effective, flexible, and coordinated implementation of the comprehensive policy framework for crypto-assets. Moreover, the policy statement calls upon the IMF and FSB to provide regular updates on the progress of the implementation of the G20 Roadmap on Crypto Assets. It also gives a nod of approval towards the ongoing global implementation of Financial Action Task Force (FATF) standards on crypto assets.

Polkadot Reacts to Market Dynamics

In other developments in the crypto market, the price of Dot, the native token of the Polkadot blockchain, has seen a slight decrease. It’s down by 6 percent in the last seven days and is currently trading at $3.76.

Investing in the Future: Polkadot’s Plan

Despite the price decrease, the Polkadot development agency Web3 Foundation is looking to the future. It has announced plans to deploy US$22.08 million and 5 million DOT tokens throughout 2024. This generous funding is set to augment the community-governed funding mechanism of the Polkadot Treasury, and aims to support projects with meaningful impact. Moreover, Polkadot digital currency recently partnered with Moonbeam and Hydra DX, introducing a new dimension of cross-chain integration. This partnership aims to improve efficiency and versatility, reinforcing Polkadot’s commitment to growth and innovation.


The adoption of the IMF and FSB proposed regulatory framework by the G20 gives new hope to the crypto industry, suggesting a regulatory environment that supports growth and stability rather than an outright ban. On the other hand, Polkadot is positioning itself for future growth amid recent market turbulence, backed by significant funding and strategic partnerships. This week’s updates serve as a reminder that the cryptocurrency industry remains ready to adapt and seize opportunities even amid challenges.

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