France’s President Emmanuel Macron Calls a Surprise Election That is Unlikely to Stir Crypto but Will Shake Up Government

Last year the EU, a trading bloc of 27 nations, passed a wide-ranging, first-of-its-kind package for crypto called the Markets in Crypto Assets (MiCA) legislation. The rules allow crypto companies to operate across the EU if they secure a crypto asset service provider license in any member nation. The package is set to take effect for stablecoin issuers on June 30 and the rest of the legislation will be active by the end of the year.

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