Blockchain voting could become a reality in the U.S. Senate, with the senators seeking a secure method of casting their votes during the COVID-19 lockdown
Tom Emmer,believes the commission may be abusing its power when it comes to cryptocurrency subjects.
The House of Representatives has approved a bill for FinCEN to begin looking at how blockchains could assist in the global fight against financial crimes.
Financial Integrity Network believes it’s time for the U.S. Congress to step up to the plate and regulate cryptocurrencies.
U.S. Representatives Warren Davidson and Darren Soto have introduced two new bills that are designed to protect consumers with regards to digital currencies.
Tom Emmer has re-introduced a bill that would protect digital currency traders from money transmission laws.
HR 6069 will enable U.S. Congress to develop methods regulating the use of cryptocurrencies in an attempt to prevent illegal drug sales as well as sex trafficking in the country.