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The SEC Takes on Dealer Definitions
The new definition may shake the foundations of decentralized finance – and the agency doesn't care.
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A Quick Look at Last Month's U.S. Crypto Crime Log
Not a lot happened last month, but some stuff did.
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How the Crypto Industry Responded to FinCEN's Proposed Mixer Rule
FinCEN has some concerns about mixers' use in terrorism. Crypto advocates warn its proposed solution may go too far.
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The Daniel Patrick Moynihan courthouse in Manhattan. (Nikhilesh De/CoinDesk)
What's Uniting the SEC's Crypto Cases
We now wait to see how judges will rule on the Coinbase and Binance cases.
The Daniel Patrick Moynihan courthouse in Manhattan. (Nikhilesh De/CoinDesk)
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The SEC Goes Back to Court
A week after approving many spot bitcoin ETFs, the SEC faced Coinbase and Binance in court.
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SEC office (Nikhilesh De/CoinDesk)
Bitcoin ETF Confusion Abounds
A hacked X/Twitter account and misunderstood filings make for a wild countdown to an expected approval.
SEC office (Nikhilesh De/CoinDesk)
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Will 2024 Be the Year of the Bitcoin ETF?
All signs suggest a spot bitcoin exchange-traded fund may well launch in the U.S.
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U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Gary Gensler (Jesse Hamilton/CoinDesk)
SEC Chair Gary Gensler: 'Far Too Many Frauds and Bankruptcies'
The Securities and Exchange Commission chief shared his views on the crypto industry.
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Gary Gensler (Jesse Hamilton/CoinDesk)