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Weekend Story: Does the US Government Have a Monopoly on Trust?
On today’s show, Matthew Homer, a CoinDesk columnist and former executive deputy superintendent for research and innovation at the New York State Department of Financial Services, takes a look at what makes money money, and who we are willing to trust.
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Does the US Government Have a Monopoly on Trust?
How crypto could become the next great system of mutual trust in financial services.
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Argentina's Mendoza Province Now Accepts Cryptocurrencies for Tax Payments
Crypto payments would be immediately converted to Argentine pesos.
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As Federal Agencies Organize, US States Continue to Lead in Regulating Digital Assets
The Biden administration’s “whole of government” approach to crypto may not be an improvement to the current patchwork of rules.
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Are Crypto ‘Legal Tender’ Laws Even Necessary?
The Central African Republic is looking to integrate crypto into its developing economy.
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Phoenix Suburb Now Takes Bitcoin for Utility Bills
Chandler, Arizona, will take PayPal-held bitcoin, ether and litecoin for water payments.
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Chia Network to Help Costa Rican Government Track Climate Change
The blockchain and smart transaction platform will supply technical services for the Central American country’s climate change metrics system.
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France Trials CBDC, Blockchain for Government Bond Deals
The experiment is one of the EU’s largest to date, with nearly 500 transactions executed during trial.
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Panamanian Congressman Presents Bill to Regulate Crypto
Gabriel Silva drafted legislation proposing the use of cryptocurrency as a means of payment for civil and commercial operations.
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