How Gary Gensler approached the $400 trillion swaps market at the CFTC points to how he might approach crypto at the SEC.
State of Crypto: How SEC Chair Gary Gensler Could Differ From Predecessor Jay Clayton
Gary Gensler will testify before the U.S. Senate Banking Committee today for a confirmation hearing on his nomination to lead the SEC.
More Institutional Investors Jumping Into Bitcoin Leaves Less to Go Around, Data Show
Institutions are buying more bitcoin per month than what’s being mined, and there just isn’t enough for everyone.
Market Wrap: Bitcoin Faces Long Odds in Bid for Sixth Straight Monthly Gain
Bitcoin started March nicely but whether it can match its previous winning streak is yet to be seen.
NFTs Aren’t Art? OK, Boomer
Your grandpa probably didn’t like rock. Your dad probably didn’t like hip-hop. Dismissing NFT artworks out of hand reads roughly the same.
3 US Regulators Probing Robinhood’s Actions Amid GameStop Trading Craze
FINRA, the SEC and the New York Attorney General’s Office are all making enquiries with the trading app provider.
Paxos Plans to File for a Clearing Agency License
CEO Charles Cascarilla said the crypto firm, which already settles equities trades, hopes to apply for a clearing firm license soon.
FedWire Is Back Online After Outage That Affected Crypto Exchanges, Others
The outage only lasted a few hours and affected wire transfers that were in the process of being settled or were in the queue.
BitcoinPaperWallet ‘Back Door’ Responsible for Millions in Missing Funds, Research Suggests
At least 124.85 BTC appear to have been swept from wallets generated by the website.
Cryptopia Exchange, Currently in Liquidation, Gets Hacked Again: Report
The hacked wallet belonged to a creditor, U.S. firm Stakenet, which had not lost funds in the 2019 hack, as reported by Stuff.