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Mauritius FSC issues Guidance Notes on Stablecoins for Public Consultation


The Financial Services Commission, Mauritius ("FSC") is publishing, in line with its transparent rule-making process, the draft Guidance Notes on Stablecoins (the "draft Guidance Notes") for public consultation.

These Guidance Notes are issued to inform industry stakeholders about the FSC's regulatory policy on stablecoins following the enactment of the Virtual Asset and Initial Token Offerings Services Act ("VAITOS Act").

Stakeholders of the financial services industry and the public are invited to submit their comments/feedback on the draft Guidance Notes by email at no later than 11 August 2023.

The proposals and ideas expressed in the draft Guidance Notes do not reflect the final stand of the FSC. The draft Guidance Notes may be revised in light of the views and comments received during the public consultation exercise.

The draft is here


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