How policy and regulation impact the crypto world – and the other way around, weekly.
It's still unclear whether Congress will adopt any amendments.
The crypto industry wants to change a tax provision when the House takes up the Senate's infrastructure bill, but other issues may take precedence.
After all the drama of the past week, the industry is right where it was eight days ago.
Congress's infrastructure bill may not be great for the U.S. crypto sector, but that there's a tax provision at all shows lawmakers recognize the industry's permanence.
Congress is holding three simultaneous hearings around cryptocurrencies today – and they're all on different types of use cases.
Regulatory authorities are talking about stablecoins more and more, but it remains to be seen what they’ll actually implement.
World regulators have announced warnings around Binance, drawing attention to the exchange's operations and hinting at future actions.
An expressed desire for regulatory clarity in the U.S. isn’t new. But there’s increasing pressure for lawmakers and regulators to define just what sorts of digital asset activities are all right.
The NRCC will soon accept crypto donations because Republican donors requested the payment method, the campaign committee's chair said.
Facebook unveiled the Libra project a little over two years ago today. The original vision may have died but its legacy will live on.
We're seeing regulators and lawmakers pay closer attention to crypto and, specifically, how it may be regulated.
The crypto industry needs to pay attention to – and help fight – the growing ransomware threat.