The National Commission for Digital Assets (CNAD) is the government institution in charge of supervising compliance with the rules, regulations and other rules of public offerings of digital assets, ensuring that market participants implement appropriate measures to ensure that they maintain their integrity and prevent abuses, protecting consumers and users from fraudulent and malicious activities in the digital asset ecosystem.

In its supervisory work, the CNAD will oversee that the supervised entities adopt a risk-based approach, according to their size, complexity and types of activities they perform, ensuring that they adopt policies and mechanisms for risk management, identifying, assessing, mitigating and disclosing them in accordance with international best practices, among other actions. These policies must include the measures to be adopted to prevent possible non-compliance with regulatory requirements and those to be adopted in the event of such non-compliance, defining in both situations the parameters that will guide the action and those responsible for implementing them.

Within the risk-based approach, the CNAD includes the management of cybersecurity and the Prevention, detection and control of Money Laundering, Financing of Terrorism and Financing of the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction.