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Acting FDIC Chair Martin Gruenberg (Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
New FDIC Acting Chair Says Evaluation of Crypto Risks Is a Top Priority for 2022
Martin Gruenberg said agencies like the FDIC need to provide “robust guidance” to the banking industry on how to manage the risks to consumers posed by crypto assets.
Acting FDIC Chair Martin Gruenberg (Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

An FDIC sticker on the door of a Chase Bank branch in New York (Ben Schiller/CoinDesk)
Anchorage Closes In on FDIC Crypto Custodian Deal, Documents Show
The three-year deal would have Anchorage act as a crypto asset manager and liquidator for the U.S. bank regulator.
An FDIC sticker on the door of a Chase Bank branch in New York (Ben Schiller/CoinDesk)

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FDIC Still Unclear if USDF Stablecoin Is FDIC-Insurable
It is “too early to be answering questions about whether or not stablecoins are FDIC insurable,” a spokesperson told CoinDesk.
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FinCEN, FDIC to Hold 'Tech Sprint' for Digital Identity Tools
The proliferation of scams, information leaks and synthetic identity fraud is presenting a major challenge to the online financial services industry, federal regulators said.
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Crypto-banking regulations may be coming faster than expected. (CoinDesk)
Morgan Stanley Sees Crypto-Banking Regulation Arriving Faster Than Expected
The bank’s analysts say this is positive for crypto banks Silvergate and Signature.
Crypto-banking regulations may be coming faster than expected. (CoinDesk)

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US Regulators Plan to Define Legal Bank Activities Around Crypto in 2022
The interagency sprint team was composed of the OCC, FDIC and Fed.
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Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and President Joe Biden. A new report from a presidential commission calls for regulation of stablecoins like tether – by any means necessary. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Why Stablecoin Regulation Isn’t ‘Urgent’
The risks are real, but today’s report looks like a power grab.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and President Joe Biden. A new report from a presidential commission calls for regulation of stablecoins like tether – by any means necessary. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Signage hangs outside the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation headquarters in Washington, D.C. (Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
US Regulators Weigh Avenues for Banks to Hold Crypto: Report
Comments from a top U.S. regulator demonstrate crypto’s prominent rise this year and a rush to contain particular aspects of the industry.
Signage hangs outside the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation headquarters in Washington, D.C. (Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

An FDIC sticker on the door of a Chase Bank branch in New York (Ben Schiller/CoinDesk)
US FDIC Said to Be Studying Deposit Insurance for Stablecoins
So-called pass-through coverage would insure the holders of these tokens against losses up to $250,000 if the bank holding the collateral were to fail.
An FDIC sticker on the door of a Chase Bank branch in New York (Ben Schiller/CoinDesk)

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OCC, Fed, FDIC Mulling Forming an Interagency Policy Team on Crypto
"Prior to this meeting, Vice Chair Quarles, Chair McWilliams and I had talked about potentially putting together an interagency policy sprint team just on crypto because of exactly the concerns you've described," Hsu said.
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