Whether fighting for reduced taxes for staking or regulatory sandboxes for tokens, these politicians break the mold when it comes to digital assets.
Today on the Brief:
- Markets react to FOMC notes
- Taiwan blocks China streaming services
- Initial jobless claims back on the rise
Our main discussion is a look at the politicians on both sides of the aisle who are pro-digital currencies and, especially, pro-bitcoin. Featuring:
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