Browsing the "Hearing" Tag

The Race to Represent QuadrigaCX’s Creditors May Be Decided Today

| Nikhilesh De

Law firms jockeying to represent users of QuadrigaCX will appear before a Canadian court Thursday to see which teams get the nod.

Judge Moves to Block Potential Lawsuits Against QuadrigaCX Exchange

| Nikhilesh De

A judge in Canada has ruled in favor of a creditor protection petition filed last week by Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX.

US Senators Raise Crypto Mining Concerns, Propose Government Blockchains

| Nikhilesh De and Muyao Shen

The U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources hosted a hearing Tuesday on the "energy efficiency of blockchain and similar technologies."

CFTC Chair Says Regulator Is ‘Behind’ on Blockchain

| Nikhilesh De

The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission is "falling behind" in understanding blockchain technology, chairman Christopher Giancarlo said.

US Congressman Calls for Ban on Crypto Buying and Mining

| Christine Kim

A U.S. congressman called for banning all U.S. residents from buying or mining cryptocurrencies during a hearing Wednesday.

CFTC Official to Congress: Don’t Be ‘Hasty’ With Crypto Rules

| Nikhilesh De and Christine Kim

LabCFTC director Daniel Gorfine advocated for thoughtful regulation of the cryptocurrency space in Congressional testimony Wednesday.

Congress Is Now Holding Two Crypto Hearings This Wednesday

| Christine Kim

Congress is set to hold not one but two separate hearings related to cryptocurrencies on Wednesday.

Lawmakers to Discuss If Crypto Is ‘The Future of Money’ Next Week

| Christine Kim

The U.S. House Financial Services Committee will host a crypto hearing focused on its use as a form of money next week.


US Senators Discuss Crypto Threat to Domestic Elections

| Nikhilesh De and Madeline Meng Shi

DarkTower director Scott Dueweke said cryptocurrencies are "tailor made" for foreign powers hoping to influence American elections.

DHS Official Tells Congress Blockchain Uses Are ‘Almost Limitless’

| Nikhilesh De

Representatives from the Department of Homeland Security, Maersk and UPS described how blockchain can be used in supply chain in a hearing Tuesday.