The proposed change would cut down FinCEN’s longstanding $3,000 threshold.
The Fed and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network want to lower the threshold for reporting financial transactions and make sure crypto is included.
The U.S. doesn’t mind coming a bit late to the CBDC party, but is that the wrong approach?
Important questions about CBDCs remain unanswered for the Kiwis’ central bank.
CBDCs continue to draw attention from central bankers, but panelists at an IMF event – including the Federal Reserve – do not expect to see their nations launch one soon.
The United States, Canada, Britain, Germany, France, Italy and Japan will institute national digital currency banking standards with the International Monetary Fund and World Bank.
Answers on money printing and rising markets during a pandemic.
Record fiscal stimulus has pushed wealthy investors to invest in Bitwise’s bitcoin fund as a means to hedge against inflation.
Federal Reserve officials said Wednesday they would hold U.S. interest rates at close to zero and work to push inflation above 2% “for some time.”
Can MIT help the U.S. catch up to China in the CBDC race?