What the CFTC Chairman Actually Said About Ether Futures and Ethereum 2.0
Speaking at CoinDesk's Invest: NYC, Heath Tarbert addressed ethereum futures markets and the move to a proof-of-stake model with Ethereum 2.0.
Perfection shouldn’t be the enemy of good when it comes to regulating the cryptocurrency space, said Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Chairman Heath Tarbert.
The U.S. commodities regulator has a four-year plan for fostering responsible innovations in the crypto asset space.
Ethereum's upcoming proof-of-stake shift won't necessarily put the world's second-largest cryptocurrency into the securities bucket, the chairman of the CFTC said Wednesday.
Regulated derivatives will instill market confidence in cryptocurrencies, according to Heath Tarbert.
Despite some headlines, CFTC chief Heath Tarbert didn't actually say Libra is a security, even if it is different from commodity bitcoin.