Libel laws and new faces at the U.S. securities regulator lead the week’s news.
New and developing research from the International Monetary Fund suggests that central banks around the world need new legal definitions for tokenized currencies.
New rule-making aims to stop “creeping politicization of the banking industry,” says OCC head.
The settlement with the SEC came after the three were charged in September for their participation in “unregistered and fraudulent” ICOs.
The outgoing SEC director first joined the agency in 2017.
Firms could potentially become federally chartered banks allowed to provide crypto custody services by converting their business charters.
Do the new safe harbors against integration pave the way for a successful SAFT process?
Does Bitcoin finally have an advocate at the highest levels of government?
Speaking before Congress, OCC head Brian Brooks describes the importance of digital asset innovation and the private sector.
Multiple United States congresspersons recently expressed their displeasure at the OCC’s focus on crypto this year.