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SEC Chair Gary Gensler (Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)
SEC Tells US-Listed Companies They’d Better Disclose Crypto Damage
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission issued letters to companies flagging the need to disclose any potential impacts from mayhem in the crypto markets.
SEC Chair Gary Gensler (Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

CDCROP: Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair Gary Gensler testifies before the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee, on Capitol Hill, September 15, 2022 in Washington, DC.  (Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)
Gensler Says SEC Is Fine Going After Crypto With Its Current Authority
As a new Congress prepares to work on uncertain crypto legislation next year, the SEC chairman says his agency needs nothing apart from more money and more reach overseas.
CDCROP: Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair Gary Gensler testifies before the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee, on Capitol Hill, September 15, 2022 in Washington, DC.  (Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)

CDCROP: CFTC And SEC Heads Testify Before Senate Appropriations Committee
Economic Unreality: What SEC ICO Precedents Mean for Ripple
The history and future of crypto securities law told in four acts: Kik, Telegram, Library and Ripple.
CDCROP: CFTC And SEC Heads Testify Before Senate Appropriations Committee

CDCrop Rostin Behnam and Gary Gensler MI2022 (Will Ess for Pixelmind.ai/CoinDesk)
The ‘Good Cop and Bad Cop’ of US Crypto Regulations
The ongoing tug-of-war between the top two federal regulatory agencies keeps the crypto industry on its toes. That’s why Gary Gensler and Rostin Behnam share a spot on CoinDesk’s Most Influential 2022.
CDCrop Rostin Behnam and Gary Gensler MI2022 (Will Ess for Pixelmind.ai/CoinDesk)

CDCROP: Professor Tonya M. Evans (MD Photography)
Crypto Is at ‘Brick Wall Stage' and Needs ‘Right Balance’ of Regulation, Says Legal Expert
Pennsylvania State University Dickinson Law Professor Tonya Evans discusses why the ecosystem is in need of thoughtful regulation from lawmakers on Capitol Hill.
CDCROP: Professor Tonya M. Evans (MD Photography)

CDCROP: Howard Fischer, Moses Singer LLP partner (Moses Singer)
SEC Could Use BlockFi as Object Lesson for Clear Crypto Regulation, Says Ex-SEC Official
Howard Fischer discusses why the SEC is more concerned with setting standards than getting the $30 million owed by the failed lender.
CDCROP: Howard Fischer, Moses Singer LLP partner (Moses Singer)

CDCROP: Sasha Hodder of Hodder Law Firm (LinkedIn)
BlockFi Most Likely to Pay SEC First, Crypto Lawyer Says
Sasha Hodder said retail customers probably won't get their money back from the bankrupt crypto lender.
CDCROP: Sasha Hodder of Hodder Law Firm (LinkedIn)

CDCROP: CFTC Commissioner Summer K. Mersinger on CoinDesk TV (CoinDesk)
Regulating Crypto Not a ‘One-Agency Solution,’ CFTC Commissioner Says
Appearing on CoinDesk TV, Summer K. Mersinger discussed why the need to regulate crypto will require her agency to work closely with others.
CDCROP: CFTC Commissioner Summer K. Mersinger on CoinDesk TV (CoinDesk)

CDCROP: South America close up on globe (Shutterstock)
How Bad Tax Policy Drives DAOs Out of the US
Despite crypto-friendly laws in Wyoming, most DAOs are choosing to incorporate overseas.
CDCROP: South America close up on globe (Shutterstock)

CDCROP: AI Artwork Sam Bankman-Fried SBF in Prison concept (Midjourney/CoinDesk)
Former SEC Official Doubts FTX Crash Will Prompt Congress to Act on Crypto Regulations
Lisa Braganca said lawmakers are in a tough spot because many of them had a close relationship with Sam Bankman-Fried, the now-disgraced FTX founder.
CDCROP: AI Artwork Sam Bankman-Fried SBF in Prison concept (Midjourney/CoinDesk)