Crypto, Opinion

The UK can’t afford to be left behind on crypto 

By Su Carpenter
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Four chancellors, three prime ministers, a cost-of-living crisis and a war on the continent: this is a small taste of the political-economic turbulence the UK has been through since the Treasury announced plans in April 2022 to make the UK a hub for crypto asset technology. 

“We want ...

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