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In Response to FinCEN, Crypto Industry Jumps Into Lobbying

As the companies seek to help it maintain its work on peer-to-peer crypto transactions, the Blockchain Association's ranks rise.
In Response to FinCEN, Crypto Industry Jumps Into Lobbying
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BoE Governor Feels Bearish Toward the Long-Term Cryptocurrencies

As per the U.K. central bank governor, existing cryptocurrencies will fail over the longer term owing to their robust privacy features.
BoE Governor Feels Bearish Toward the Long-Term Cryptocurrencies
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NYDFS Hosts Competition to Get Better Access to Real-Time Data From Crypto Firms

The emerging analysis technology is the name of the game for the next stage in crypto regulation.
NYDFS Hosts Competition to Get Better Access to Real-Time Data From Crypto Firms
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Janet Yellen Claims Cryptocurrencies are 'Particular Concern' for AML

Janet Yellen, Biden's Treasury Secretary nominee, stated that many cryptocurrencies are used "mainly for illicit financing."
Janet Yellen Claims Cryptocurrencies are 'Particular Concern' for AML
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2020 was the Year of DeFi, and 2021 may be the Year of DeFi’s Reasonable Regulation

One rule at a time, decentralized finance is gradually being banned. It is not that governments of all countries have to make it illegal.
2020 was the Year of DeFi, and 2021 may be the Year of DeFi’s Reasonable Regulation
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Will OCC's New Appointment Be Beneficial for Crypto Sector?

According to a recent announcement, the head of the U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) Brian P. Brooks is leaving the office on Jan. 14 this year.
Will OCC's New Appointment Be Beneficial for Crypto Sector?
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Conflux Received a $5M Investment From Shanghai Government

Conflux, a blockchain startup, has received more than $5 million in research grant from the Shanghai Science and Technology Committee and Changning District government, which is part of the municipal government.
Conflux Received a $5M Investment From Shanghai Government
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Due to Usury Laws and Predatory Lending, States Sue the OCC and Brian Brooks

This time, due to usury laws and predatory lending, more and more state regulators are firing on OCC and Brian Brooks.
Due to Usury Laws and Predatory Lending, States Sue the OCC and Brian Brooks
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Stablecoins Are Likely to See A Softer Regulation in the U.S.

The President's Working Group has not said anything revolutionary, however, indeed expresses some new clarity.
Stablecoins Are Likely to See A Softer Regulation in the U.S.
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