Following the consensus reached at the G20 leaders’ summit on the importance of discussing better governance for the decentralized financial ecosystem, Japan’s top financial regulator is hosting a global blockchain conference to discuss the subject. The regulator is welcoming stakeholders from around the world to participate, including other regulators, open-source software developers, university researchers, and relevant businesses.

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From G20 Leaders Summit to Blockchain Global Governance Conference

Japan’s top financial regulator, the Financial Services Agency (FSA), announced Monday that it is organizing Blockchain Global Governance Conference (BG2C) in collaboration with Nikkei Inc. The event will take place on March 9 and 10 in Tokyo. The FSA detailed:

As stated in the G20 Osaka Leaders’ Declaration under Japan’s presidency … within the international regulatory community, a consensus has been reached on the importance of engaging with…

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