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US House Committee to Investigate and Hold Bipartisan Hearing on FTX Collapse – Bitcoin News

The U.S. House Financial Services Committee is planning to investigate the FTX collapse, according to a joint press release published by the committee’s chair Maxine Waters and representative Patrick McHenry. Furthermore, a congressional hearing is scheduled to take place in December, according to the joint statement. Bipartisan Congressional Hearing to

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US Senators Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Exempt Small Crypto Transactions From Taxes – Regulation Bitcoin News

A new bipartisan bill has been introduced in the Senate that would simplify the use of cryptocurrency for everyday purchases by creating tax exemption for personal crypto transactions under $50 as well as when the capital gains are less than $50. New ‘Virtual Currency Tax Fairness Act’ A new bipartisan bill, known

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Bipartisan bill to give CFTC authority over exchanges and stablecoins

A bipartisan group of lawmakers in D.C. introduced an updated bill on April 28 to regulate cryptocurrency developers, dealers, exchanges, and stablecoin providers, bringing them under the regulatory control of the United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).The Digital Commodity Exchange Act of 2022 (DCEA) was re-introduced to Congress by

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US senators Lummis, Gillibrand reveal working on bipartisan crypto legislation

United States Senator from New York Kirsten Gillibrand revealed working with Senator Cynthia Lummis on a broad-based regulatory framework for the crypto industry on Thursday during a live event in Washington, D.C. As Gillibrand specified, she and Lummis are undertaking “a very complex and intensive review” of different aspects of the industry,

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U.S. Congressman calls for ‘Broad, bipartisan consensus’ on important issues of digital asset policy

In a letter to the leadership of the United States House Financial Services Committee, ranking member Patrick McHenry took a jab at “inconsistent treatment and jurisdictional uncertainty” inherent in U.S. crypto regulation and called for the committee to take on its critical issues.McHenry, a Republican representing North Carolina, opened by

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