Category: Congress

US Federal Government: Confusing Regulation For Crypto, Full Clearance For Blockchain

Individual US states seem to be in competition for the title of the most crypto-friendly in the Union – Ohio’s…

SEC Launches FinHub to Communicate With Industry, But What Does it Have to Say?

On October 18, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced the launch of the agency’s Strategic Hub for Innovation…

Report: SEC Expands Crackdown on ICOs, Regulatory Ambiguity Remains

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has expanded its crackdown on Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), putting “hundreds” of projects…

US: Legislators Introduce Bill to Find Common Definition of Blockchain Technology

U.S. Reps. Doris Matsui and Brett Guthrie have recently proposed a bill dubbed the "Blockchain Promotional Act 2018" in the…

Ripple Leads Crypto Coalition Seeking Gov’t Oversight Encouraging Crypto, Blockchain

Ripple will lead a group of crypto startups to lobby lawmakers and financial regulators in D.C. to support crypto and…

From California to Colorado: How US Regulates the Political Donations in Crypto

On Sept. 20, the crypto community was rattled by the news that California’s political campaign regulator ruled in favor of…

US Lawmakers Shoot Down Proposal for Crypto Task Force

An effort by the U.S. Congress to launch a task force investigating cryptocurrencies has been suspended. House Resolution 5036, a…

Crypto Firms to Congress: We Need Clarity on Blockchain Token Rules

Some 80 representatives from the cryptocurrency and traditional finance industries trekked to Washington, D.C. on Tuesday with a singular message…

Twitter CEO Tells Congress It’s Exploring Blockchain in Bid to Fight Scams

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey told a Congressional committee Wednesday that the social media company is exploring blockchain solutions for its…

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