The US treasury has some thoughts on CBDCs, and most have to do with projecting US financial power, not creating great money
Silvergate Bank, an important crypto banking institution, is winding down operations after a bank run and regulatory pressure
Sillicon Valley Bank, a regional California bank that focuses on startup and tech company banking, has been closed by regulators due to 'solvency and liquidity concerns'
Reports are circulating that Gemini, a New York based crypto exchange, might be losing their banking access from JP Morgan
The New York Attourney General, a public prosecutor who represents all residents of New York state, is suing KuCoin for offering unregistered securities
"So the state will attack BTC for using electricity, and ETH for being a security. Wise people in crypto will defend both, easily. The attack will fail on both counts, and the blocks will keep ticking... and on the horizon you can almost see fiat's arms flailing in desperation."
The energy attack on bitcoin is pretense, but ETH is still probably a security
Why is Arthur Hayes explaining synthetic dollars againhttps://h.docs.lol/bViitnHOQFmgjUaruEMUCQ#? Does it have to do with stablecoins achilles heel being banking?
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