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There are a total of 67 articles associated with legislation.
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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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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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Tokens for soccer teams Paris Saint-Germain and FC Barcelona mirror their victories and losses

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Emmer claims SEC Chair Gary Gensler is abusing his regulatory powers by targeting the crypto community

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The bill, being floated as a “common-sense” approach, aims to “restore” transparency and “confidence” to the digital asset market, according to Rep. Beyer

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The proposed regulation would include digital assets among the existing investment options for VC firms targeting emerging crypto startups

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Elizabeth Warren and Roger Marshall have 9 brand-new supports for a bill adversaries say could kill American innovation

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A CBDC in the US could erode financial privacy and “upend the commercial banking system,” witnesses argued at a Thursday hearing

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The committee found the proposed legislation could lead to regulatory arbitrage, potentially undermining the digital asset industry in Australia

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The Fed has new guidelines for state-chartered banks, ordering these institutions to get a written “non objection” before engaging with stablecoins

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Select Democrats and all committee Republicans voted to advance a bill that would give states more control over the licensing of stablecoin issuers

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Senate national defense bill gets a crypto amendment, but House negotiations could squash bipartisan efforts

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The market structure bill secured bipartisan support and moved through financial services and agriculture committees

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House Financial Services Committee members couldn’t find common ground on much Thursday as bipartisan cooperation on stablecoin legislation fell apart

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A new law makes it illegal for counties and cities to pass regulation limiting the noise output of crypto mining operations

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The bill was signed by Namibian President Hage Geingob on July 14

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North Carolina counties look to place moratoriums on crypto miners, while Arkansas counties implement noise ordinances

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The creators of the bill may have had good intentions, but we’re glad their open-door policy for constructive criticism is truly open — because they didn’t get it right just yet

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House Republicans face an uphill battle to getting Democratic support on newly-introduced crypto market structure bill

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It was a busy week for crypto on the Hill — one new bill drew bipartisan support but the other was teed up with the right committees

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The bill focuses in part on the regulatory roles of the CFTC and the SEC in the crypto market, as well as classifications for digital assets

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If a protocol has no identifiable controller, anyone who invests more than $25 million in developing the protocol would be held responsible

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