US politics

There are a total of 43 articles associated with US politics.
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The Financial Services Committee’s Subcommittee on Digital Assets gathered Wednesday to hear from industry advocates and skeptics about the current state of cryptocurrency and criminal funding

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

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Over a hundred US lawmakers penned a letter to the National Security Advisor asking for answers on the Biden plan to prevent crypto usage by terrorist organizations

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The official replacement of McCarthy remains unknown

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A handful of Democrats are joining the anti-Gensler and pro-crypto movement

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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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Sherrod Brown does not believe that there are clear enough crypto disclosures to protect Americans

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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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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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A group of Democratic senators have asked the Treasury and IRS to speed up their rulemaking process for crypto tax policy

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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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Despite not wanting employees to engage in politics, Coinbase believes that crypto is “inherently political”

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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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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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Crypto industry members and lobbyists need to remember who they are talking to when trying to appeal to Democrats, lobbyist says

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A little less a month after Binance and Coinbase were sued, Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin defends rival chains that have been targeted

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