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What Does This Mean for Crypto in France?
« on: 21. July 2023., 04:18:08 »
Well, it's a big step forward for adoption. The fact that a major bank like Société Générale is now offering crypto services shows that the French government is taking this asset class seriously. This could lead to more banks and financial institutions offering crypto services in France, which would make it easier for people to get involved in this space.
It's also a sign of growing acceptance of crypto in France. The fact that the government is willing to grant a license to a crypto company shows that they're not seeing this as a threat to the financial system. This could help to pave the way for further regulation of crypto in France, which would be a positive development for the industry.
So, what does this mean for you?
 If you're a crypto investor in France, this news is good for you. It means that you'll now have more options for buying, selling, and storing your crypto. You'll also be able to use crypto to pay for goods and services, which could save you money.
If you're not a crypto investor yet, this news might be the nudge you need to get started. Crypto is a volatile asset, but it's also a potentially very rewarding one. And now that it's easier to get involved in France, there's no better time to start.
Overall, this is a positive development for crypto in France. It's a sign of growing acceptance and adoption, and it could lead to more innovation and investment in this space. #crypto #france #regulation

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What Does This Mean for Crypto in France?
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