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A crypto-asset is a virtual digital form of exchange based on cryptography and peer-to-peer networking, for example Bitcoin.

More commonly known as 'cryptocurrencies'.


Regulators' response to crypto-assets
"Even though their prospects of replacing fiat money are tenuous at best, cryptocurrencies are of growing interest to policymakers, many of whom prefer to term them crypto-assets expressly because they are not true currencies."
The Future of Money, March 2018 - Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, speech to the Scottish Economics Conference.


Also written cryptoassets.


See also


Other links

Peer Pressure, The Treasurer, April 2014