In the summer of 2015, the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) finalized its regulatory framework for virtual currency firms seeking to conduct certain virtual currency (VC) business activities in the state. Since then, it has issued two dozen licenses and charters involving virtual currency transmission (VC licenses). To promote efficiency and reflect the growing marketplace, DFS has now issued two proposals for which comments are due Jan. 27, 2020. The first proposal would list all current virtual currencies (coins) permitted for business activities of the VC licensees, without prior approval by DFS. The list would be updated if the coins listed have not been subject to modifications, divisions, or change after their listing on the DFS webpage. The second proposal involves a coin-listing framework that would be tailored to the specific VC licensee’s business model and risk profile to create a firm-specific coin listing or adoption policy.