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New Year Special
From capping off the era of ICOs to tightening regulations on private wallets, U.S. financial watchdogs waded deeper into the crypto land than ever in 2020.
Seven times that US regulators stepped into crypto in 2020
Kirill Bryanov
2021-01-12T14:13:01+00:00
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The DoJ thinks the FBI needs to shape up when it comes to its cryptocurrency support teams.
FBI to reform virtual currency practices following DoJ recommendations
Andrew Thurman
2020-12-19T15:23:49+00:00
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Robert Farkas will face the lightest felony sentence possible for his role in Centra Tech's 2017 ICO.
DJ Khaled and Floyd Mayweather promoted his 2017 ICO; Now, he faces a year behind bars
Kollen Post
2020-12-15T19:56:33+00:00
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Attorney General William Barr tendered his resignation to President Trump last night, opening up the conversation as to how a Biden-appointed successor will han...
With Bill Barr leaving the DoJ, what will the next Attorney General do about crypto?
Kollen Post
2020-12-15T19:10:54+00:00
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Major figure in Justice Department's cyber work is out from the policy office, but no word on where she's heading next.
Architect of DoJ's crypto framework will no longer be leading their policy-making
Kollen Post
2020-12-11T17:57:37+00:00
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Intuit, which also owns TurboTax, is not allowed to control all consumer tax software, says DoJ.
DoJ makes fintech giant sell Credit Karma's tax wing to Square before $7.1B acquisition
Kollen Post
2020-11-25T17:37:10+00:00
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DoJ is now determined to hold the crypto industry to cross-border enforcement standards that have long applied to other sectors of finance.
The long arm of justice: How far can the DoJ really go in prosecuting foreign actors?
Kirill Bryanov
2020-11-21T15:30:00+00:00
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New technology will help screen out bad actors, BitMEX says.
BitMEX crypto exchange steps up AML and trade surveillance measures
Helen Partz
2020-11-12T12:51:30+00:00
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