The parliament of this country accepted a regulatory framework for operations and tools that include virtual assets. As stated in this new regulation, it acknowledges digital coins as intangible goods. But they still have no right to be a means of payment. Moreover, it takes financial companies that operate in the cryptocurrency industry under control.
The legislation controls virtual coins in the country. As a result of voting, deputies gained more than 276 upvotes out of 376 to approve the law, and six votes were collected against the law.