What crypto owners should know if crypto accounts fall within the new Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts regulations.
The government agency reported $73.1 billion in revenue from postage and other services in the 2020 fiscal year.
“My number one recommendation to U.S. regulators is: look at the rest of the world and don’t get out of step,” David Schwartz said in an exclusive interview with Cointelegraph.
“We think we’re likely to see one in the coming year or two, but we don’t have a firm timeframe as to when the answer would be yes,” said Todd Rosenbluth.
Bitcoin has likely become too interwoven into the world for a ban to be plausible, says the Gemini CEO.
Michael Mosier will replace Kenneth Blanco as the U.S. government agency’s acting director.
Former OCC acting comptroller Brian Brooks claimed that cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin “actually are backed by something.”
An important new role for the world’s first cryptocurrency as an inflation gauge — or just another fantasy of Bitcoin maximalists?
Privacy-focused decentralized and peer-to-peer technology solutions offer a better alternative to centralized platforms.
The U.S. does not want cash to go extinct in the presence of a CBDC, according to the Fed’s chairman.