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Banks Can Now Treat Public Blockchains Similarly to SWIFT, ACH
On Monday, the OCC released a letter, interpretative guidelines, allowing national banks to use digital ledger infrastructure – blockchain and stablecoins – as a part of their financial infrastructure of transmitting and receiving money.
A Year in Review: 2020’s Unprecedented Bitcoin Adoption
Will New Treasury Secretary Yellen Save the Economy – and the USD?
Bitcoiner Andrew Yang Revealed as Possible US Secretary of Commerce
Here’s what the US economy could look like with Bitcoiner Andrew Yang as Commerce Secretary.
Google: “Bitcoin” Search Volume is 13% of What it Was in 2017’s Bull Run
PayPal’s Crypto Strategy Includes Venmo and CBDC Support
PayPal recently held its Q3 2020 earnings report call, and revealed its crypto intentions. What impact will it have?
Will Airline Stocks Recover Faster Under Trump or Biden?
Less diverse and competitive than ever, US airlines seek the help of politicians to soften the pandemic’s impact.
U.S. House of Representatives Passed 11 Blockchain Bills in 2019–20
Regulators are stepping up their scrutiny of cryptocurrencies, including the US. What does it bode for the market?
Bitcoin’s Value Isn’t Really Correlated to Gold – Here’s Why
Bitcoin and gold correlations may be sufficient to produce narratives, but for how long will they remain valid? We find out here.
In a Monumental Shift, Bitcoin Remains Unburdened By Hacks, Arrests, and CFTC Action
There Are Now 101 Million Cryptocurrency Users Worldwide
How Ethereum Poses Legitimate Problems to DeFi’s Potential
Just as DeFi is booming, Ethereum is facing congestion issues. Will DeFi find another home before Ethereum 2.0?
What it Means: Fed to Keep Interest Rates Near Zero Through 2023
On Wednesday U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell announced its new operating strategy to maintain rates at near-zero, and to continue purchasing significant amounts of securities.