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The trade of digital assets within The Bahamas will soon be regulated by the Digital Assets and Registered Exchanges (DARE) Bill. The legislation, which was introduced in the House of Assembly on November 4th, 2020, provides a legal framework for the regulation of fintech-related products and services, including cryptocurrencies and digital ledgers.
Minister Johnson presented a blueprint for the promotion and expansion of trade in The Bahamas. On October 22nd, Minister of Financial Services, Trade & Industry, and Immigration, Hon. Elsworth Johnson, presented his vision for an expanded role for exports within the economy.