Kollen Post is Cointelegraph's Policy Editor. He specializes in mapping the intersections of regulation, law and blockchain, especially as they cross national borders. Outside of crypto, he likes languages, rock climbing and bad horror movies.
A big day for crypto legislation in the United States.
Congress sees two new bills looking to chart CFTC and SEC regulatory turf in crypto
At least one leader at the SEC is in favor of seeing a Bitcoin ETF approved in the US.
Commissioner Peirce wants to see the SEC approve a Bitcoin ETF
Several leaders in banking, payments and politics are joining the Chamber of Digital Commerce, a major voice for the blockchain industry in Washington, D.C.
Visa, Goldman Sachs and Mick Mulvaney join leading blockchain trade association
Federal banks in the U.S. see new capacity to provide services to crypto firms, specifically stablecoin operators.
US banking regulator authorizes federal banks to hold reserves for stablecoins
New developments at the state level in the U.S. defined this week's regulatory news.
Law Decoded: E Pluribus SHA-256
The U.S. government is charging ahead in its pursuit of privacy tokens, according to its latest sanctions.
Updated: New US Treasury sanctions on Russian hackers aim for Monero
New money transmitter licensing promises to roll 40 states into a single exam and license.
UPDATED: State-by-state licensing for crypto and payments firms in the US just got much easier