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Welcome to Kilpatrick Townsend’s Digital Assets Regulation Blog. Here we will cover various aspects of digital assets regulation, development, and administration, as well as related topics. Over the last five years, the combined market capitalization for U.S. digital assets has grown from $14 billion to nearly $3 trillion. This tremendous growth has led to increased attention and regulation from regulatory bodies in the United States and across the globe.

Digital assets cover a wide variety of assets. Here, we will primarily focus on cryptocurrency, stablecoin, and central bank digital currency (CBDC). We will also explore the roles and actions of various federal agencies, including the SEC, FTC, CFTC, Federal Reserve, Treasury, Commerce, FDIC, and OCC. Additionally, we will follow legislative developments regarding digital assets as well as meaningful changes in the broader digital assets sphere.

We look forward to continuing to provide in-depth digital assets analysis and frequent updates on U.S. digital assets regulation more broadly. Thank you for taking the time to visit our blog. We are excited to continue this digital assets journey with you.

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