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Circle Receives Approval from French Financial Regulator AMF!

Circle, has received provisional approval by France’s financial regulator, the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF), preparing to expand its presence in the European Union. Tech company Circle is taking a significant step with Digital Asset Service Provider (DASP) approval provided by France. Here are Circle’s provisional approval from France and its targeted operational expansion plans:

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Conditional Approval and Targets:

France’s financial regulator AMF has given provisional approval to Circle as a Digital Asset Service Provider (DASP). However, Circle must meet certain conditions to fully conduct its operations in France.

Firstly, for the company to be approved as a payment service provider (PSP), it needs to obtain an Electronic Money Institution (EMI) license or register as a representative of a PSP. This step will ensure Circle is officially recognized in the financial services field in France.

Advantages of DASP Approval:

DASP approval provides companies with a range of advantages. It particularly allows the offering of digital asset services to professional investors in France. These services involve transactions such as buying, selling, holding, issuing and redeeming digital assets on behalf of customers.

This approval gives Circle the opportunity to gain a more effective position in the financial services sector in France. In addition, it brings the advantage of being ready for future regulations by working in compliance with the European Union’s Crypto Asset Markets (MiCA) law.

MiCA Law and Strategic Goals:

Circle is aiming to work in compliance with the Crypto Asset Markets (MiCA) law, which the European Union plans to implement soon. This ensures the company’s preparedness for future regulations, while also being part of its strategy to maximise benefits from the financial services ecosystem in Europe.

With the provisional approval it received from France, Circle has taken a significant step towards strengthening its presence in Europe and offering more comprehensive digital asset services to customers.

 


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