Cryptocurrency trading is allowed and regulated at the federal level by agencies like the SEC and CFTC. Regulations can vary by state.
The UK has a regulatory framework for cryptocurrency exchanges and wallets.
Cryptocurrency trading is legal and regulated at the federal level, with provincial regulations varying.
Australia has established regulations for cryptocurrency exchanges and businesses dealing with cryptocurrencies.
Japan has a well-defined regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies and considers them legal assets.
Cryptocurrency trading is legal but subject to various regulations and reporting requirements.
Singapore has a comprehensive regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies and considers them legal.
Switzerland is known for its cryptocurrency-friendly regulations, with a clear legal framework.
Cryptocurrency trading is generally allowed, but regulations have been evolving.