SEC Chair Gary Gensler laid out the case for more extensive SEC regulation of crypto trading and lending platforms, stablecoins and tokens.
In a new report, the Federal Reserve Board considered the merits of a potential U.S. central bank digital currency and invited public comment on both a proposed U.S. CBDC and the current domestic payments system.
At the American Fintech Council's Fintech Policy Summit 2021, OCC Acting Comptroller of the Currency Michael J. Hsu warned of the risks of keeping cryptocurrency outside of the bank regulatory system.
The DOJ established a National Cryptocurrency Enforcement Team to investigate and prosecute criminal activity involving cryptocurrency.
In a Treasury hosted U.S. Financial Sector Innovation Policy Roundtable, policymakers, regulators and private sector experts discussed how innovations can eliminate redundancies, reduce costs, combat illicit use and promote financial inclusion.