Cryptocurrency regulatory measures are policies and guidelines established by government authorities and regulatory bodies to govern the use, trading, and issuance of cryptocurrencies within their respective jurisdictions. As the cryptocurrency market continues to expand, regulatory frameworks have become increasingly important to ensure investor protection, financial stability, and compliance with anti-money laundering (AML) and know your customer (KYC) requirements. Regulatory approaches to cryptocurrency vary significantly from country to country. Some jurisdictions have embraced cryptocurrencies and implemented clear regulatory frameworks to foster innovation and protect investors, while others have taken a more cautious or restrictive approach. Common regulatory measures related to cryptocurrencies include licensing requirements for cryptocurrency exchanges and wallet providers, regulations governing initial coin offerings (ICOs) and token sales, taxation guidelines for cryptocurrency transactions, and measures to prevent fraud, market manipulation, and illicit activities. Regulatory uncertainty remains a significant challenge for the cryptocurrency industry, as the lack of clear guidelines and inconsistent approaches across jurisdictions can hinder innovation and investment. However, as the industry matures, regulators are increasingly working to develop comprehensive and balanced regulatory frameworks that address the unique characteristics and risks associated with cryptocurrencies while fostering innovation and ensuring consumer protection.