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With cryptocurrencies, as with many other innovations, regulatory arbitrage is a feature, not a bug.
Breaking the rules
Photographer: Valeria Mongelli/Bloomberg

One of the most common criticisms of cryptocurrency is that it is just a way to get around financial rules and regulations. That criticism is not entirely wrong — but with crypto, as with many other innovations, regulatory arbitrage is a feature, not a bug.
Very often, regulatory arbitrage is most successful when the innovation improves on some aspects of the older methods. The arbitrage conveys the message that the old regulations need to change.


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