Spain Opposition Party Introduces Bill to Allow Mortgage Payments With Crypto
Presented by the opposition leading party, Partido Popular, the project also includes the creation of a national crypto assets council.
Gensler said he believes crypto trading platforms might already have securities listed.
The changing trading patterns in USDT might be the result of China's recent crackdown on cryptocurrency mining and trading.
Policymakers are forced to listen as backlash to the infrastructure bill continues.
Spagni has hired Brian Klein, a leading crypto trial attorney, to handle his case.
Put-call open interest ratio measures the number of open positions in put options relative to calls.
National security expert Himamauli “Him” Das will become acting director of FinCEN while a search for a permanent director gets underway.
"The Hash" hosts tackle today's hot topics: Federal Reserve governor Christopher Waller says tapering could start as soon as October; depends on the August and September jobs reports, HSBC U.K. is now blocking payments to Binance, former Monero maintainer "FluffyPony" Riccardo Spagni has been arrested over non-crypto crimes and Square is scaling up and continues to hold crypto assets and what that means for the industry.
"First Mover" takes a look at the top stories that are moving the crypto markets Tuesday: SEC Chair Gary Gensler is eyeing robust crypto regulations, according to a Bloomberg report, and is scheduled to speak about digital assets at the Aspen Security Forum. Ethereum's London Hard Fork is around the corner. What can investors expect? Plus, the impact on the crypto industry from the new infrastructure bill that wants to raise $28 billion in crypto taxes. Lobbying group Chamber of Digital Commerce's Founder & President Perianne Boring joins the discussion.