Starting today, the Committee on digital economy the Organization for economic cooperation and development (OECD) – international economic organization of developed countries that accept the principles of representative democracy and free market economy.
Guided by the standards of the OECD member States are developing legislation aimed at protecting the rights of consumers in electronic Commerce.
«It is planned that the OECD will discuss the use of technology-based blockchain digital currencies and ICO in terms of the safety of consumers of financial services», – said the head of the interdepartmental group on risk assessment of turnover of cryptocurrency in Russia Elina Sidorenko in his Telegram-channel Cryptoline.
The OECD and the Group of development of financial measures to combat money laundering (FATF), recognizes the role of the cryptocurrency as means of payment and accumulation, and the mechanism of the ICO as a good way of attracting funding, she said.
March 21, OECD, presented to the representatives of the countries Big twenty report, which announced that it is developing, including legal mechanisms that will help States to consider features of cryptocurrency and a distributed registry in the collection of taxes.
In 2016, Russia announced its desire for the first time in the history of the Committee to provide an overview on implementation of the blockchain.