For its part, the FSB has developed a framework, in collaboration with Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures CPMIto monitor the financial stability implications of developments in crypto-asset markets. The report published today sets out the metrics that the FSB will use to monitor crypto-asset markets as part of its ongoing assessment of vulnerabilities in the financial system.
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While the FSB believes that crypto-assets do not pose a material risk to global financial stability at this time, it recognises the need for vigilant monitoring in light of the speed of market developments. The monitoring framework focuses on the transmission channels from crypto-asset markets that may give rise to financial stability risks.
Monitoring the size and growth of crypto-asset markets is critical to understanding the potential size of wealth effects, should valuations fall.
The use of leverage, and financial institution exposures to crypto-asset markets are important metrics of transmission of crypto-asset risks to the broader financial system. The framework also includes metrics on trading volumes, pricing, clearing and margining for crypto-asset derivatives.
Metrics on exposures will become part of the framework to the extent that they become available. FSB Chair Mark Carney in his letter to G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors in March noted that crypto-assets raise a host of issues around consumer and investor protection, as well as their use to shield illicit activity and for money laundering and terrorist financing.
At the same time, the technologies underlying them have the potential to improve the bitcoin trading risks and inclusiveness of both the financial system and the economy.
Against this backdrop, the report published also describes the substantial work standard-setting bodies are undertaking in the areas of their respective mandates: CPMI has conducted significant work on applications of distributed ledger technology, and is conducting outreach, monitoring, and analysis of payment innovations. IOSCO is also discussing other issues around crypto-assets, including, for example, regulatory issues around crypto-assets platforms.
The Financial Action Task Force FATF will report separately to the G20 on its work concerning the money laundering and terrorist financing risks bitcoin trading risks to crypto-assets.