BREAKDOWN: Gensler’s SEC Has No Plans to Ban Crypto
The comments during testimony before Congress follow a similar sentiment from Fed Chair Jerome Powell last week.
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Today on “The Breakdown,” another major regulatory figure has confirmed he has no intention of bannning crypto. During testimony before Congress this week, Rep. Ted Budd (R-N.C.) asked Gensler if he planned to follow China in banning crypto (the same question Budd asked Powell last week). Gensler’s answer, if not any sort of endorsement of crypto, did make clear that banning crypto wasn’t the SEC’s intention (or remit). On this episode, NLW looks at a number of other questions Gensler faced, along with a set of bills that have been introduced to change the way the U.S. deals with tokens.
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