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.
We didn't learn much new in today's hearing, but the spotlight was definitely on the gamified trading app, rather than the traders on r/WallStreetBets.
Congress is blaming Robinhood, not Reddit
BitPay apparently screened merchants but not customers.
Another crypto firm hit with fines for violating U.S. sanctions
The Department of Justice has indicted three hackers affiliated with the infamous Lazarus Group.
US charges three North Korean hackers over crypto attacks and WannaCry ransomware
Exploring where national security meets securities offerings in this week's crypto news.
Law Decoded: Of ICBMs, BTC and ETFs, Feb. 5–12
The Justice Department joins CFTC and SEC probes into wild markets facilitated by Robinhood and other apps for retail traders.
Federal attorneys are investigating meme-led trading in GME, AMC and silver: WSJ
The Canadian central bank would be a better steward of financial data than private stablecoin issuers, according to one deputy governor.
COVID-19 has pushed Bank of Canada toward 'digital loonie'
501(3)(c) status boosts the project's legitimacy as well as its efficiency in using donations.
Bitcoin core non-profit gets approved for tax exemption, perks for donors