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There are a total of 63 articles associated with congress.
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Rep. Nickel, who will be leaving Capitol Hill in 2025, said it’s important to reiterate that SEC Chair Gary Gensler does not represent all Democrats’ views

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Plus, a dive into crypto’s ever-expanding unicorn club

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Also, tokenization continues to grab headlines and one bitcoin miner stock soars Tuesday after inking a big deal

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Also, a look at whether or not the new crypto bills will make it to the President’s desk

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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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It’s in the best interest of our elected officials to cultivate that interest in crypto and incorporate these voters into a long-term political strategy

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Yesterday saw Congress’ upper chamber side with the House on a measure aimed at overturning SAB 121

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Treasury needs additional secondary sanctions tools that can specifically target digital asset providers, deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo pleaded Tuesday

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Congressional hopefuls from Texas, California, North Carolina, Alabama, Indiana and West Virginia seem to be benefitting from last-minute donations from crypto super PACs

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Sen. Warren’s Digital Asset Anti-Money Laundering Act (DAAMLA) poses a threat to jobs and American advantage, former officials argue

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Congress needs to act soon, Yellen told lawmakers, pointing to potential runs on digital asset platforms and “vulnerabilities from crypto asset price volatility”

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A letter dated Jan. 14 refutes Warren’s negative characterization of its activities

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Lots of crypto bills were introduced, but little progress beyond that was made on the Hill this year

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Congress needs to consider two new crypto acts carefully — because if enacted, these bills would effectively destroy the American digital asset industry

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Sam Bankman-Fried and Congress’s love affair turned out to be as fake as a reality show relationship

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In the House, five crypto-related bills managed to be ordered for a full floor vote, the Senate meanwhile has not had a single crypto bill voted through committee

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Republican congressman Warren Davidson highlighted the blockage of proposed taxes in the US debt ceiling deal

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Crypto could actually give both political parties what they want, providing a middle ground for collaboration

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Silvergate had more than 90% of deposits coming from crypto clients, while Signature Bank had only 20%, a report found

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Democrats slammed the current Republican-led draft bill for stablecoin legislation, but the parties agree on some points

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Gensler now has until April 17 to turn over the documents related to its investigation into Bankman-Fried or else the committee may take matters into its own hands

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Talk is cheap. Except for the investors in crypto harmed by the inaction of Congress

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ETH tokens are essential for executing smart contracts on the Ethereum network, unlike Apple’s stock which is not necessary for operating an iPhone, Paul Grewal argues

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Recent moves by US regulators could harm industry development and place internet users at risk, according to a group of crypto advocates

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