LEGAL REGULATION OF VIRTUAL CURRENCY: INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE AND DEVELOPMENT TREND IN RUSSIA

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Linara M. Battalova
Rafael N. Enikeev
Nicholas A. Kokanov
Evgeny A. Semivelichenko
Viktor S. Probichev

Keywords

Crypto-currency, Digital economy, Legal regulation, Russian

Abstract

Purpose: The development of the digital economy has become essential in the modern world. Entrepreneurs use digital technologies to carry out their activities, through which they enter into various civil-legal relations. One of the most pressing topics discussed in the legal community is the use of cryptocurrency in trading. Currently, there is no mechanism for the legislative regulation of the circulation and the use of the cryptocurrency. The main purpose of this study was to develop legal proposals and effectively regulate cryptocurrency.


Method: the development trend of cryptocurrency in the Russian Federation was analyzed, and the experiences of foreign countries (USA, Germany, France, China, and Japan) were studied.


Findings: This research analyzed the problem of the legal regulation of the cryptocurrency, which is a logical continuation of the development in digital technologies and digital economy. Finally, the authors offer a legal community with single matrix of the legal regulation of the cryptocurrency consisting of international, regional and domestic levels.

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