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US Lawmakers Say Any Digital Dollar Must Be Open, Permissionless, and Private – Regulation Bitcoin News

Nine U.S. lawmakers have raised concerns regarding the U.S. central bank digital currency project led by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. The lawmakers stressed: “Any U.S. CBDC must be open, permissionless, and private.” Congressmen Say Any US CBDC Must Be Open, Permissionless, and Private U.S. Congressman Tom Emmer (R-MN) announced Thursday

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US lawmakers ask DOJ hold FTX execs accountable ‘to the fullest extent of the law’

Two Democratic members of the United States Senate have called on the Justice Department to investigate the collapse of FTX and potentially prosecute individuals involved in wrongdoing.In a Nov. 23 letter to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland and Assistant Attorney General Kenneth Polite, Senators Elizabeth Warren and Sheldon Whitehouse requested

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Binance’s Lack of Transparency on FTX Bid Could Influence UK Lawmakers’ Crypto Recommendations: Report

“It doesn’t really give us the real background detail,” Alison Thewliss, a member of Parliament’s Treasury Committee, told Bloomberg. “I’m sure the committee will be asking more questions to get to the details of what happened here, because there are wider implications for this collapse and for the crypto sector

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US Lawmakers ‘Deeply Concerned’ That SEC Is Enacting Rules Too Quickly, Without Sufficient Feedback – Regulation Bitcoin News

Two U.S. lawmakers have requested answers from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) about its rulemaking process. Their request followed the latest SEC Inspector General report that “raises significant concerns that the agency is trying to enact too many rules, too quickly.” ‘SEC Is Enacting Rules Without Sufficient Feedback’ U.S. Senator Pat

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UK lawmakers open inquiry into NFT regulation — ‘there are fears that the bubble may burst’

Members of the United Kingdom’s Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee have opened an inquiry to hear from the public on the potential benefits and risks of nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, and blockchain on the country’s economy.In a Nov. 4 announcement, the DCMS committee said its inquiry was related to

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