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Jesse Hamilton

Jesse Hamilton is CoinDesk's deputy managing editor on the Global Policy and Regulation team, based in Washington, D.C. Before joining CoinDesk in 2022, he worked for more than a decade covering Wall Street regulation at Bloomberg News and Businessweek, writing about the early whisperings among federal agencies trying to decide what to do about crypto. He’s won several national honors in his reporting career, including from his time as a war correspondent in Iraq and as a police reporter for newspapers. Jesse is a graduate of Western Washington University, where he studied journalism and history. He has no crypto holdings.

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Popular Election-Betting Site PredictIt Throttled by US Regulator
The site where people can wager on the outcome of political battles has until February to close its U.S. operations, said the CFTC.
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Crypto Becomes Next Financial Sector Under US Lawmakers’ Diversity Lens
Democrats on the House Financial Services Committee are asking for more information about hiring from digital-assets firms.
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US Senate Bill Will Give CFTC Crypto Market Oversight – but Doesn't Say How Much
The measure would make the Commodity Futures Trading Commission the watchdog for most of the market, but it doesn’t define whether tokens are securities or commodities.
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Voyager Digital’s Clash With US Regulators Followed by Broader FDIC Warning
After directing the crypto-lending platform to cease and desist claims that its customers were shielded by deposit insurance, the agency is now telling everybody else what not to do.
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US Tech Bill Creates White House Blockchain Adviser Role
Bipartisan legislation approved by Congress to help out computer-chip manufacturing will also establish a new digital assets expert to advise the president.
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Crypto Lender Voyager Ordered by US Regulators to Stop Misleading Customers
The Federal Reserve and Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. issued a cease-and-desist statement to Voyager, saying it made false claims that its customers would have government protections.
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Senador republicano de EE. UU. busca apoyo bipartidista para la regulación de stablecoins
El republicano de mayor rango en el Comité Bancario del Senado está hablando con los demócratas, incluido el presidente Sherrod Brown, para obtener un apoyo más amplio.
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US Senate Republican Seeking Bipartisan Support for Stablecoin Oversight Effort
The ranking Republican on the Senate Banking Committee is talking to Democrats, including Chairman Sherrod Brown, to gain broader support.
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US Sen. Brown Pressures Apple, Google on Fake Crypto Investing Apps
Senate Banking Committee Chairman Sherrod Brown sent letters to tech giants, questioning them on their efforts to prevent scams that are costing investors millions.
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