Jack Schickler

Jack Schickler

Jack Schickler is a CoinDesk reporter focused on crypto regulations, based in Brussels, Belgium. He previously wrote about financial regulation for news site MLex, before which he was a speechwriter and policy analyst at the European Commission and the U.K. Treasury. He doesn’t own any crypto.

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Three Arrows’ Founder Refused to Comply With Subpoena, Stonewalling Probe, Court Told
The collapsed hedge fund’s founder Kyle Davies was accused of neglecting his duties as he “shamelessly” promotes his new crypto project.
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Digital Pound Holdings Could Be Limited to 10K, Central Bank Says
The Bank of England has set out technical features of its central bank digital currency, which officials have said is likely to be needed.
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UK Banks Blocking Crypto Access Given Fraud, Volatility, Lawmakers Told
Finance CEOs welcomed new crypto regulations but were wary about the risks of a central bank digital currency
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Independent FTX Examiner Could Cost Crypto Exchange $100M, Court Told
Government and FTX lawyers argued the matter in federal court on Monday.
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FTX Being Advised by Cybersecurity Firm Sygnia on Hack Inquiry, CEO Ray Says
The crypto exchange’s current chief executive blasted weak cybersecurity controls at the company under Sam Bankman-Fried’s leadership.
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UK Financial Regulator Warns Crypto Firms of Jail Time for Unauthorized Ads
The rules aren’t set in stone but will mirror those for other high-risk investments, the Financial Conduct Authority said.
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UK Crypto Rules Set a Modest Post-Brexit Divergence From the European Union
The industry is keenly watching divergences from Brussels in areas like stablecoins, lending and bitcoin disclosures.
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Bankman-Fried Family Subpoenas Opposed by US Government in FTX Filing
Plans for FTX and creditors to demand information on dealings would duplicate the work of the independent examiner who has yet to be appointed, the U.S. trustee said.
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UK Crypto Firms to Get Broad Laws, May Need New Authorization
The industry has largely welcomed proposals that could cover crypto lending and NFTs, and force foreign companies to register and set up in the country.
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Celsius Used New Customer Funds to Pay for Withdrawals: Independent Examiner
Shoba Pillay was appointed by a New York bankruptcy court to look at whether the crypto lender operated as a Ponzi scheme
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