Regulators are “creating danger” for investors in their inconsistent approach to determining how to treat cryptocurrencies.
It’s official: Gary Gensler is the new chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), after a 53-45 vote by the U.S. Senate on Wednesday. Gensler, who was nominated to the position by President Joe Biden in January, previously ran the federal Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), overseeing the implementation of new regulations around derivatives […]
The updated proposal adds a number of new reporting requirements for startups.
The judge said the request was irrelevant and disproportional.
Krpytoin also filed for a bitcoin ETF on Friday.
The IRS has issued a John Doe summons to Circle, in a repeat of its collection of Coinbase customer information. What has changed since then?
In a TV appearance, ex-SEC Chair Jay Clayton warned new regulations around bitcoin could be coming soon.
Recent regulatory developments "are paving the way for greater opportunities for the crypto economy," he said.
The SEC says LBRY sold unregistered securities.
Clayton will join the firm's newly formed Academic and Regulatory Advisory Council along with economist Jon Orszag, and former White House adviser Kevin Hassett.
Clayton was named chair after longtime Apollo chief Leon Black unexpectedly called it quits Monday.
Attorney Jeremy Hogan says Ripple would be "feeling pretty good" with comments from the magistrate judge in the SEC's case against the firm and its executives.
The two companies are just the latest to file for an ETF, following in the footsteps of WisdomTree, Valkyrie, NYDIG and VanEck.
The regulator now has 45 days to approve or deny the application or extend the review period.
Brad Garlinghouse and Chris Larsen are calling the SEC's subpoenas to banks “wholly inappropriate overreach” and an invasion of privacy.