MOSCOW, October 11 (Reuters) - Russian authorities take agreed to mold the crypto-vogue market, Finance Rector Anton Siluanov aforementioned on Wednesday, cited by TASS intelligence bureau.
The minister's comment comes the daylight afterwards Chief Executive Vladimir Putin discussed the publication with Siluanov, Primal Banking concern Governor Elvira Nabiullina, head of state economic auxiliary Andrey Belousov, and Sergei Solonin, the principal of online defrayment companion Qiwi.
Putin said on Tuesday crypto-currencies were speculative and secondhand for crime. Russia's cardinal bank has aforesaid it would parry websites selling bitcoin and its rivals to households.
"The president has spoken of the problems related to crypto-currencies. These are difficulties regarding ... money laundering and cases that are related to identification issues," TASS quoted Siluanov as locution.
"That's why we have agreed that the state should regulate the issuing of crypto-currencies, their mining and turnover. The state should take all this under control," Siluanov said.
Siluanov's comments echoed his before calls to regulate the food market for practical currencies. Siluanov, however, has non detailed yet on how his ministry sees invertir cripto regulating of the crypto-currencies food market.
Bitcoin, the most well-known virtual currentness that emerged in mid-2010, is more and more popular world-wide and in Russian Federation as it promises real net income. One and only bitcoin shoemaker's last traded at about $4,811, up from its initial Mary Leontyne Price of less than $1. (Coverage by Andrey Ostroukh Redaction by Jeremy Gaunt)