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.
FinHub will have new independence and responsibilities, reporting directly to the SEC’s chairman.
SEC’s fintech wing leaves the nest, becoming stand-alone office
Despite ambitions of overtaking the dollar, China's central bank will have a hard time monitoring all the transactions involved in a CBDC, though commercial ban...
Though centralized, a digital yuan is too big for China to surveil, says Cypherium CEO
Acting Comptroller Brian Brooks continues his work to reach across the aisle with pledges from major players to support minority-owned banks.
OCC works to win back House Democrats, still miffed at leader's focus on crypto
Stablecoins and continentwide regulations are key to breaking down barriers to Africa's economic growth.
Everyone's talking crypto for solving sub-Saharan Africa's payments problems
But only for vendors, so retail users will have to wait.
Stripe will offer bank accounts, with help from Goldman Sachs and Citi
The latest in securities law and crypto is not a revolution, but it is a step forward.
What does VCOIN's SEC authorization mean for securities law and crypto?
Alongside other actions, the CFTC was pleased with its seven enforcement actions in the crypto market.
Beyond BitMEX: CFTC sets a new record for lawsuits in crypto this year