- In a joint letter with Sen. Tina Smith (D-Minn.), Warren asked Fidelity "about the appropriateness" of its plans.
- Echoing the the Labor Department's concerns about bitcoin's volatility, the two described investing in crypto as "a risky and speculative gamble."
- "We are concerned that Fidelity would take these risks with millions of Americans' retirement savings," they said.
- They asked Fidelity to say how it assesses risks of volatility, fraud, theft and the evolving regulatory environment and how it plans to address them.
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