Jesse Hamilton

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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EU Lawmaker Kaili Suspended From Party in Corruption Scandal
Eva Kaili, a Greek politician in the European Parliament, is facing accusations she’s tied to a scandal involving Qatar lobbying.
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SEC Tells US-Listed Companies They’d Better Disclose Crypto Damage
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission issued letters to companies flagging the need to disclose any potential impacts from mayhem in the crypto markets.
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US Watchdog Says Banks Shying Away From Stumbling Crypto Industry
The OCC chief says lenders seem to be backing away from the industry’s recent dramas, and a new report from his regulatory agency criticizes the sector for "weak," risky practices.
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Gensler Says SEC Is Fine Going After Crypto With Its Current Authority
As a new Congress prepares to work on uncertain crypto legislation next year, the SEC chairman says his agency needs nothing apart from more money and more reach overseas.
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US House Investigators Say Rep. Cawthorn Improperly Promoted Crypto Token
The probe concluded the North Carolina Republican broke rules but it didn’t find sufficient evidence he’d used inside information to pump up his own investment.
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A16z Elevates Former US CFTC Commissioner Quintenz to Policy Chief
Brian Quintenz, who served at the agency that’s expected to oversee crypto trading, has dabbled in industry advisory roles since leaving the CFTC last year.
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The Members of Congress Who Have Stablecoin Issuers Watching Their Next Moves
Anticipation for a crypto bill out of the House Financial Services Committee ran so high this year that stablecoin issuers have been trying to meet the bill’s expected standards before the rules are even set. That’s why Rep. Maxine Waters and Rep. Patrick McHenry are two of CoinDesk’s Most Influential 2022.
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Meta vuelve a participar en los círculos políticos para impulsar el metaverso
Aún atormentada por su debacle de Libra, la empresa da un pequeño empujón sobre la manera en que los gobiernos deberían aplicar las políticas del metaverso.
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Facebook Parent Meta Dips Toe Back Into Policy Circles to Boost Metaverse
Still haunted by its Libra debacle, the company offers a gentle nudge on how governments might pursue metaverse policies.
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US CFTC Commissioner Cites Latest Crypto Sanction in Call for New Rules
Commissioner Kristin Johnson is pushing for her agency to work on policies to further tighten custody of customer assets as the CFTC sanctions another crypto Ponzi scheme.
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