A package of bills to regulate the use in Russia of cryptocurrencies adopted by the state Duma in the first reading, can be revised, said co-head of MMC “Norilsk Nickel” Vladimir Potanin in the session profile of the coordinating Council of RSPP.
According to him, the draft laws do not take into account the position of RSPP as the “spokesman of a significant part of the business.” Despite the fact that in September the RSPP introduced its version of the bill on digital assets, the businessman said that the position of the Union is not taken into account by their “own fault” because they “are not particularly expressed.”
Now Vladimir Potanin said that the proposed RSPP regulation in accordance with the division of digital assets into three groups corresponds to the concept of the may decrees of President Vladimir Putin that will allow Russian economy to enter the five largest economies in the world.
“The cost of goods and services gradually becomes smaller than the value of information – he explained. – Here I make the assumption that in the next 10 to 15 years, this sector of the economy is promising from the point of view of growth and for each of us in this segment there is a niche for success and for the country as a whole.”
According to some such activity in defending the approach of the RSPP President of “Norilsk Nickel” is in connection with plans to launch its own cryptocurrency projects – that is why he is willing to Fund the development and implementation of the RSPP presented the bill.
At the end of October in the framework of three Federal ministries will be discussed the proposals of big business to regulate the cryptocurrency market, according to a source familiar with the situation.
“Now it is necessary by all means to solve the problem of attracting external financing and the issue of sanctions, he said. – If real assets of Russian big business will tokenservice and posted on some digital platforms, definitely the government will want to control. So, you will need to secure it legislatively”.
According to the head of group on rendering of legal services for technology projects Deloitte in the CIS Artem Tolkachev, the current initiative is not viable, because its proponents have nothing to do with the drafting of legislation at the state level.
“Now the position of all departments are consolidated, he explains. – Found balance, and any third-party innovations will be perceived as negative. I think the document has much of a chance to move on.”