Russia may prohibit crypto payments for goods and services, but achieving such a ban might be quite difficult. This is the conclusion of Anatoly Aksakov, Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Financial Market. Ban Enforcement Might Be Challenging Aksakov told local media that enforcement on the use of crypto for payments is difficult from a practical perspective. The official commented: “In the draft law on [digital financial assets], these instruments (cryptocurrencies) were prohibited. Accordingly,

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