Janet Yellen calls on lawmakers to develop a consistent federal framework for stablecoins, Hester Peirce urges to allow room for failure and more.
The SEC requires companies in the United States to file an S-1 registration for shares to be listed on a national exchange, like the Nasdaq or New York Stock Exchange.
The SEC’s “crypto mom” Hester Peirce has said the regulatory “movement” around stablecoins needs to allow for “trial and error” and room for failure.
Total assets invested in crypto ETFs and ETPs hit $16.3 billion by the end of the first quarter, but the community is still waiting for a spot Bitcoin ETF in the U.S.
Rostin Behnam and Gary Gensler make their positions clear in keynote addresses at the annual meeting of the ISDA with Sam Bankman-Fried in attendance.
The SEC's decision to expand its digital assets section was received well by industry experts and came as no surprise, given the growing interest in cryptocurrencies.