Conference reporting, Crypto

UK should capitalise on US regulatory ‘crypto limbo’

By Farah Khalique
crypto innovation
Brian Quintenz, global head of policy at venture capital fund Andreessen Horowitz (left) and Xiao-Xiao Zhu, digital operating partner at KKR, speaking at the FT’s Crypto and Digital Assets Summit in London. Photo: Em Fitzgerald

The UK has an opportunity to become a “leader” in crypto innovation as the US stalls amid regulatory uncertainty – but only if the British government and regulators can chart and agree on a way forward.

“We think the UK has an opportunity light years ahead ...

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