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dc.creatorArtemov, Nikolay
dc.creatorArzumanova, Lana
dc.creatorSitnik, Alexander
dc.creatorSmirnikova, Yulia
dc.creatorZenin, Sergey
dc.identifier.citationArtemov, N., Arzumanova, L., Sitnik, A., Smirnikova, Y., & Zenin, S. (2020). El modelo de regulación legal de la circulación de monedas virtuales: La investigación sociológica y legal. JURÍDICAS CUC, 16(1), 127–144.
dc.identifier.issn1692-3030, 2389-7716 electrónico
dc.description.abstractThe article examines a model of legal circulation of virtual currency. The issue of the legal nature of virtual currencies remains controversial. This generates a problem of choosing the most suitable and effective approach to regulation of virtual currencies circulation. The article analyzes approaches to determining the legal nature of cryptocurrencies and the experience of state regulation in Switzerland, Japan, the USA and China. Methods of legal analysis, synthesis, specific scientific methods, and social research survey have been employed in this article. As a result of the conducted socio-legal study, it has been found that there is no unified strategy of legal regulation of virtual currencies, which affects their perception by recipients. This conclusion is based on the comparative analysis of legal regulation of cryptocurrencies circulation in such countries as Japan, the USA, and Switzerland. By contrast with these countries, China has significantly restricted usage of cryptocurrencies, actually having chosen the way of banning vir-tual currencies. The inconsistency of legal regulation can be observed not only between different countries, but also within one state, which is proved by the situa-tion in the USA and Switzerland. At the present time, the system of government regulation of cryptocurrencies circulation is the most effective in Japan.eng
dc.description.abstractEl artículo considera el modelo de circulación legal de monedas virtuales. El problema de la naturaleza legal de las monedas virtuales sigue siendo discutible. Todo esto causa el problema de elegir el enfoque más óptimo y efectivo para regular la circulación de monedas virtuales. El artículo analiza diferentes enfoques para determinar la naturaleza legal de las criptomonedas y la experiencia de la regulación estatal en Suiza, Japón, Estados Unidos y China. En el artículo se utilizan los métodos de análisis legal, síntesis, especiales y científicos y el método de investigación sociológica. Como resultado de la investigación sociológica y legal, se hizo evidente la ausencia de una estrategia unida para la regulación le-gal de las monedas virtuales, lo que afecta su percepción por los encuestados. La conclusión se basa en un análisis comparativo de la regulación legal de la circulación de criptomonedas en estados como Japón, Estados Unidos y Suiza. A diferencia de estos países, China ha limitado significativamente el uso de criptomonedas, de hecho, eligió prohibir las monedas virtuales. La fragmentación de la regulación legal existe no solo a nivel de varios estados, sino dentro de un estado. Esto se confirma por la experiencia de los Estados Unidos y Suiza. Actualmente, el sistema de regulación nacional de la circulación de criptomonedas es más efectivo en Japó
dc.publisherCorporación Universidad de la Costaspa
dc.relation.ispartofseriesJURÍDICAS CUC; Vol. 16, Núm. 1 (2020)
dc.rightsCC0 1.0 Universal*
dc.sourceJURÍDICAS CUCspa
dc.subjectFinancial instrumentsspa
dc.subjectLegal regulationspa
dc.subjectVirtual currencyspa
dc.subjectAgentes de comerciospa
dc.subjectInstrumentos financierosspa
dc.subjectMoneda virtualspa
dc.subjectRegulación legalspa
dc.titleThe legal regulatory model of virtual currency circulation: A socio-legal studyspa
dc.title.alternativeEl modelo de regulación legal de la circulación de monedas virtuales: La investigación sociológica y legalspa
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