European regulators are eyeing crypto-assets in advance of stablecoins growth.

The European Commission is drafting legislation pertaining to digital assets, particularly crypto-assets and blockchain fintech, according to reports. An article on the website notes that the European policymakers seek to set out terms that will be friendly to innovation in the burgeoning sector of digital assets. While legislation is expected to appear this month, the commission has sought comment from European Securities and Markets Authority and the European Banking Authority to determine how current financial services regulatory framework applies to crypto-assets. The European authorities are seeking to ready their regulations for the emergence of stablecoins, the name given to crypto-assets that tend to be based on fiat currency, which are expect to increase utilization of crypto-assets.

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