Senate Banking Committee

The U.S. Senate Banking Committee isn't poised to act on any crypto money-laundering legislation, sources have said. (Jesse Hamilton/CoinDesk)
Crypto Action in Senate Remains on Back Burner: Sources
Though industry insiders are eying Sen. Elizabeth Warren and other Democrats nervously as they push bills that may be harsh for the crypto sector, a key committee is so far ho...
The U.S. Senate Banking Committee isn't poised to act on any crypto money-laundering legislation, sources have said. (Jesse Hamilton/CoinDesk)

U.S. senators question whether Chair Gary Gensler's Securities and Exchange Commission has botched other enforcement cases after its DEBT Box missteps were revealed. (Jesse Hamilton/CoinDesk)
U.S. Senators Berate SEC's Gensler for Agency's 'Unethical' Handling of Crypto Case
Republican lawmakers wrote to the SEC chairman, arguing that its misrepresenting of evidence against DEBT Box casts doubt on the agency's other enforcement matters.
U.S. senators question whether Chair Gary Gensler's Securities and Exchange Commission has botched other enforcement cases after its DEBT Box missteps were revealed. (Jesse Hamilton/CoinDesk)

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon sees eye-to-eye with longtime Wall Street critic Sen. Elizabeth Warren on distrusting crypto.  (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon Bashes Crypto: 'I'd Shut It Down'
The CEO of the powerful Wall Street bank would prefer canceling crypto, though JPMorgan is using intrinsically related blockchain technology to move billions.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon sees eye-to-eye with longtime Wall Street critic Sen. Elizabeth Warren on distrusting crypto.  (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Former Republican Sec. Patrick Toomey says he doesn't think the current Senate is able to pass crypto legislation. (Suzanne Cordeiro/Shutterstock/CoinDesk)
Ex-Senator Who Once Shepherded Crypto Legislation Sees No Path in Current Congress
Former Sen. Pat Toomey is pessimistic about legislation moving through this term, but it may be more likely in the next Congress.
Former Republican Sec. Patrick Toomey says he doesn't think the current Senate is able to pass crypto legislation. (Suzanne Cordeiro/Shutterstock/CoinDesk)

The U.S. House Financial Services Committee has advanced a bill to oppose a U.S. central bank digital currency. (Jesse Hamilton/CoinDesk)
U.S. CBDC Efforts Opposed in Legislation Advanced by House Republicans
The House Financial Services Committee approved a bill meant to prevent a U.S. central bank digital currency.
The U.S. House Financial Services Committee has advanced a bill to oppose a U.S. central bank digital currency. (Jesse Hamilton/CoinDesk)

U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) gathers influential lawmakers for her crypto money laundering bill. (Courtesy of Sen. Elizabeth Warren)
Senator Warren’s Crypto Money Laundering Bill Builds Momentum as More Sign On
Among nine new supporters of the legislative effort to ward off illicit uses of crypto are Democratic chairs of the Homeland Security and Judiciary committees.
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) gathers influential lawmakers for her crypto money laundering bill. (Courtesy of Sen. Elizabeth Warren)

Sen. Sherrod Brown (Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
Most Important U.S. Senator for Crypto’s Future Tells Regulators to Use Existing Powers
Sen. Sherrod Brown, the Democratic chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, called for more crypto transparency and consumer protections in a letter to agency chiefs.
Sen. Sherrod Brown (Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Senate Banking Committee Chairman Sherrod Brown, who will likely need to support any crypto legislation from Congress, remains highly critical of the industry.  (Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)
Gensler Hearing Shows Key Senate Democrat Digging in Heels on Crypto
Senate Banking Committee Chairman Sherrod Brown, who would need to get on board for crypto legislation to move, is highly critical and encouraged Gensler’s crypto enforcement.
Senate Banking Committee Chairman Sherrod Brown, who will likely need to support any crypto legislation from Congress, remains highly critical of the industry.  (Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Gary Gensler will again blast the crypto industry at a Senate hearing this week. (Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)
Defiant Gensler Returns to Crypto Grievances Ahead of Senate Testimony
Despite recent stumbles in court for the Securities and Exchange Commission, Chair Gary Gensler is still hewing to his industry criticism.
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Gary Gensler will again blast the crypto industry at a Senate hearing this week. (Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)

One Senate Banking Committee member argues that the panel needs to aim more hearings at what U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Gary Gensler is doing to crypto. (Photo courtesy of the Securities and Exchange Commission)
SEC’s Gensler Should Be Focus of More Hearings on Treatment of Crypto: U.S. Senator
Sen. Bill Hagerty, a Republican on the Senate Banking Committee, says the panel should be digging into the interactions between the securities regulator and the digital assets...
One Senate Banking Committee member argues that the panel needs to aim more hearings at what U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Gary Gensler is doing to crypto. (Photo courtesy of the Securities and Exchange Commission)