Treasury issued a Request for Comment on digital asset-related illicit finance and national security risks, as well as its publicly released action plan to address those risks.
In a new Report, the U.S. Attorney General described how law enforcement agencies police digital asset markets and recommended policies to mitigate risks in the digital asset space.
The White House issued guidance outlining the government's regulatory approach to addressing the potential risks and benefits of cryptocurrencies and other digital assets, as well as the underlying technology.
The U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, & Forestry considered testimony from key regulators and market participants on the bipartisan Digital Commodities Consumer Protection Act of 2022.
In a speech before the American University "Web3 Summit," CFTC Commissioner Summer K. Mersinger asserted that the CFTC "is more than up to the task of effectively regulating and policing spot cryptocurrency markets."