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New York Regulators Have Planted a Seed for Stablecoin Transparency
New guidance from the New York Department of Financial Services should shake up how stablecoin issuers do attestation and other reporting, says our columnist.
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New York’s Crypto Regulator Publishes Formal Stablecoin Guidance
NYDFS laid out strict reserve and attestation requirements for stablecoin issuers in an effort to better protect consumers and financial institutions.
Sunset on Lower Manhattan in New York City (Gary Hershorn/Getty Images)

NYDFS Superintendent Adrienne Harris in conversation with Chainalysis co-founder Jonathan Levin at Links 2022. (Cheyenne Ligon/CoinDesk)
NYDFS Chief Says Regulators Need to Develop a ‘21st Century Framework’ for Crypto
NYDFS Superintendent Adrienne Harris says the regulatory agency will triple the size of its virtual currency unit by the end of the year.
NYDFS Superintendent Adrienne Harris in conversation with Chainalysis co-founder Jonathan Levin at Links 2022. (Cheyenne Ligon/CoinDesk)

New York Governor Kathy Hochul (Angus Mordant/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
New York Senate Authorizes NYDFS to 'Assess' Crypto Companies
The state regulator oversees the state's landmark virtual currency license, commonly referred to as the BitLicense.
New York Governor Kathy Hochul (Angus Mordant/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

Senators Elizabeth Warren (left) and Sherrod Brown (Ting Shen/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
Lawmakers Raise Alarm on Crypto for Sanctions Evasion as Experts Cast Doubt
Russia faces stiff financial sanctions after its invasion of Ukraine, but some say crypto is still too small to pose a major risk.
Senators Elizabeth Warren (left) and Sherrod Brown (Ting Shen/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

New York has a new top cop to oversee Wall Street. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
New York State Senate Confirms New Top Financial Regulator
Adrienne Harris has run NYDFS on an acting basis since her nomination.
New York has a new top cop to oversee Wall Street. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Xapo founder Wences Casares (CoinDesk archives)
Xapo Gives Up Its NYDFS BitLicense
The New York Department of Financial Services said Xapo surrendered its virtual currency license on Jan. 11.
Xapo founder Wences Casares (CoinDesk archives)

Albany, New York state's capital. (Ron Antonelli/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
NYDFS Hires New Deputy Superintendent of Virtual Currency
Peter Marton will join the regulator’s research and innovation group, with a special focus on digital currencies and blockchain.
Albany, New York state's capital. (Ron Antonelli/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

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Kill the BitLicense
The state’s regulatory regime has been bad for New York and bad for crypto.
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Acting CFTC Chair Rostin Behnam (L), Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Chair Jelena McWilliams (Stefani Reynolds/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
Witness the Rise of the Crypto Nominee
Nominees for federal office are increasingly coming with crypto knowledge.
Acting CFTC Chair Rostin Behnam (L), Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Chair Jelena McWilliams (Stefani Reynolds/Bloomberg via Getty Images)