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New German Law Might Allow Banks to Store, Trade Crypto

Germany’s federal parliament Bundestag has reportedly passed a bill that is to allow the country’s banks to store and sell cryptocurrencies next year. However, the legislation is awaiting the approval of the Bundesrat, the parliament’s chamber that represents Germany’s 16 federal states.
The latest development comes as Germany’s banking sector reported a 31%Germany’s federal parliament Bundestag has reportedly passed a bill that is to allow the country’s banks to store and sell cryptocurrencies next year. However, the legislation is awaiting the approval of the Bundesrat, the parliament’s chamber that represents Germany’s 16 federal states.
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