Suffocate or Innovate: An Observation of California's Regulatory Framework for Cryptocurrency
Transactions involving cryptocurrency are rapidly gaining traction in the United States, prompting the need for regulation. Hence, California legislators proposed the cryptocurrency regulation Assembly Bill 1123. However, based upon the outcome of a virtually identical regulation in New York, this proposed bill is theoretically projected to stifle business growth and potential innovation. This Article focuses on one approach to remedy this by advocating for reform at the federal level and recommending the utilization of the regulatory sandbox as a framework for future regulation.
Jane Kim, Suffocate or Innovate: An Observation of California's Regulatory Framework for Cryptocurrency, 52 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 339 (2019).
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