The Young Christian Democrats of San Marino, the youth movement of the San Marino Christian Democratic Party, are pleased with “the excellent work done on the issue relating to the recent European regulation on the crypto assets market (the so-called MiCa)”.
I declare it Young Christian Democrats of San Marinounderlining in a note that the event on crypto assets “has obtained a strong following demonstrating that the topic is of great interest to the population and, above all, that there is a great desire to proceed in the wake of the work started in Europe” .
“We thank the very high profile speakers for this, starting with Ranieri Razzante, Cybersecurity Advisor to the Italian Undersecretary of Defense, which offered an important contribution to the reflections both in terms of opportunity and attention, as well as strongly believing in the start of work for a new legislation in our State – reads the press release -. The contribution of the president of the San Marino Association for IT, Fabio Andreiniwhich highlighted the limits of the current legislation to courageously embrace the issue with the synergy of all the institutions “.
The MiCa “boldly opens up to rapidly expanding technologies and allows an important professional development starting from operators who can access the market, professionals who increase their skills, banks to find new forms of collection and citizens to be able to use new tools “.
The law “has already passed two important steps”, but countries “can be a reason for growth to reach the best possible standard and, above all, in creating that synergy for the contribution of all stackholders”.
After this first moment, the Gdc hope to “be able to return to talking about crypto asset legislation soon, to ensure that technologies are increasingly understood by all citizens and can be more understood by all citizens and can be a tool for the improvement of the quality of life “, they thank” all those who contributed to the event “and invite all interested parties” to follow the activities to stay informed “.