Casey Wagner

Casey Wagner

​​Casey Wagner is a Senior Reporter based in New York. Casey covers crypto regulation, markets and central banks. Prior to joining Blockworks, she reported on macroeconomics at Bloomberg News. She graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in Media Studies. Contact Casey via email at [email protected]
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As FIT21 advances to the Senate, experts are cautiously optimistic but say to expect some changes to the bill

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Three Democrats joined Republicans Thursday in supporting a bill that would block the Federal Reserve from issuing a retail CBDC

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The FIT21 Act marks the second crypto-focused piece of legislation to advance in Congress this month

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Prosecutors said Ryan Salame’s “serious crimes” and “minor” cooperation mean a serious sentence is in order

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In a 43-page submission published Tuesday, Uniswap made its case to the SEC on why the regulator should not take legal action against them

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ETH is up more than 23% since Monday, according to data from Coinbase, after speculation that the SEC may be doing an about-face on ETH ETFs circulated

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The Financial Innovation and Technology for the 21st Century Act, known as the FIT21 Act, is expected to head to the floor for a vote in the House in the afternoon on May 22

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Bitcoin was up around 2% over the past 24 hours at time of publication, according to data from Coinbase, to hit its highest price since late April

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Twelve Democratic Senators voted in favor to pass the resolution Thursday

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The Senate will vote on the anti-SAB 121 resolution tomorrow, and it looks like there are enough Democrats on board to get the legislation to the president’s desk, according to people familiar with the matter

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The US House last week passed its first-ever crypto-focused bill in a full floor vote, but what else is in the pipeline?

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The 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization has not yet filed any disclosures, but noted plans to support two Democrats and three Republicans in Congressional races

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Plus, memecoins are making a lot of money for Pump.fun

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Gensler, who has in the past denied that he is working against the clock, could be looking at a serious uphill battle after November should the Senate or the White House flip

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CFTC Chairman Rostin Behnam said a growing crypto industry and lack of US laws is going to inevitably lead to more enforcement actions

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The latest jobs report showed the economy added 175,000 positions in April, finally coming more in line with the pre-pandemic average of 183,000 job gains per month

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Tokens for soccer teams Paris Saint-Germain and FC Barcelona mirror their victories and losses

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The number of “active users” is actually quite difficult to measure

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The Fed once again opted to not surprise markets on Wednesday, moving to hold interest rates

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They both may be in prison for an overlapping 120 days, but the similarities stop there