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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Andrey Kiselev
Legal Regulation of Cryptocurrency in Russian Federation
Public Administration
(Master’s programme)
2018
The purpose of the research is to identify problems in the sphere of cryptocurrency that require state regulation for the implementation and development of this technology in the Russian Federation.

A theoretical review of the blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies is carried out, various approaches to the definition of these terms are considered and systematized, as well as the prospects and barriers to the development of cryptocurrencies in the Russian Federation are analyzed.

In the practical part of the study, the methodology is described, the classification of international practices of state regulation of cryptocurrencies is carried out, and the draft law of cryptocurrencies regulation in the Russian Federation is analyzed.

Finally, the results of interviews with experts and surveys of participants in the cryptocurrency market are systematized, on the basis of which was formed an expert opinion and developed specific proposals for the legal regulation of cryptocurrencies in the Russian Federation.

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