SEC Commissioner: authorities must abandon excessive regulation of crypto market, and bitcoin correction continues
Bitcoin price correction continues, dashing hopes of $20K in 2020
Bitcoin will probably not reach $20,000 this year if a key technical price level isn’t reclaimed soon.
Bitcoin continues to be in correction mode with its price dropping below $17,600 on Dec. 11, the lowest level since November.
Every beautiful rally comes to an end and gets followed by a corrective period. This correction seems to have started with the price currently down more than 10% since touching a new all-time high ten days ago.
Meanwhile, some recent news namely the proposed crypto regulation in the United States is bringing fear to the otherwise euphoric market.
SEC Commissioner: authorities must abandon excessive regulation of crypto market
Regulators need to find acceptable options in order to finally accept the principle of personal freedom of citizens, embodied in the very concept of digital currencies. Also, the authorities must abandon the idea of excessive control over the crypto industry, said SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce.
In one of her recent speeches, she noted that the digital asset market and the sector of decentralized finance creates certain difficulties for the authorities. Regulators, however, should not restrict industry development with excessive regulatory requirements.
“If we were instead to steamroll the technology’s liberty-enhancing features under the weight of regulation, we would lose a lot of the power of the new technology to afford opportunities to people whose autonomy has previously been curbed by, for example, limited access to the traditional financial system, geographic location, social standing, or subjection to a repressive government,” Peirce said.