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Should you purchase a car with bitcoin and then need a refund, the manufacturer has some special terms and conditions.
Efforts to create decentralized stablecoins outside the dollar system are attractive for privacy reasons but may be impractical, says our columnist.
DeFi has cut into Tether's dominance of the stablecoin market. Will greater regulation help win back customers?
If the U.S. reins in pseudonymity in stablecoin transactions (as seems possible) there could be big implications for the crypto industry, says our columnist.
Representatives say the $25B stablecoin is "regulated" but the issuer doesn't look like a financial institution bound by norms and laws.
Crypto companies complain about FinCEN's new "unhosted wallets" proposal. But the rules aren't unreasonable, says our columnist.
Speculators like Stanley Druckenmiller and Paul Tudor Jones love to play the game. Just don't pin them down to a side, says our columnist.
A proposed OCC rule would stop banks from using political criteria in lending. But with depoliticized funding vehicles now available, it's not necessary, says our columnist.
If the payments system ever becomes seriously politicized, Bitcoin's apolitical nature could become more appealing. But that's not a scenario worth looking forward to.