From Kazakhstan to Uzbekistan: How Cryptocurrencies Are Regulated in Central Asia

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From Kazakhstan to Uzbekistan: How Cryptocurrencies Are Regulated in Central AsiaFrom Kazakhstan to Uzbekistan: How Cryptocurrencies Are Regulated in Central Asia

As been reported on September 2, the president of Uzbekistan, Shavkat Mirziyoyev, ordered the establishment of a state blockchain development fund called the “Digital Trust.” Earlier in September, a decree legalizing crypto trading — also making it tax-free — and mining in the country came into force, making Uzbekistan a crypto-friendly state. But how is the rest of the Central Asia region is holding up?

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