Tagged: rulemaking

Treasury’s Proposed “Broker” Rules Expand Surveillance, Well Beyond a “Third Party Doctrine,” According to Coin Center

The US Treasury’s proposed ‘broker’ rules expand surveillance “well beyond a ‘third party doctrine’ that’s already stretched thin,” according to the team at Coin Center, a crypto policy think tank. Peter Van Valkenburgh, Director of Research at CoinCenter, Board Member at the Zcash Foundation, notes… Read More

CFTC Issues Staff Advisory on Digital Assets and Clearing, Commissioner Johnson Calls for Rulemaking on Crypto

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has issued a staff advisory on the expansion of Derivatives Clearing Organization (DCO) clearing of digital assets. The advisory was said to be driven by the rising interest of DCOs to provide services in regard to crypto. The Advisory… Read More

Due to Commenting Error, SEC Re-Opens Feedback on Certain Rulemaking Proposals

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has re-opened the commenting period due to a “technological error,” according to a statement by the regulator. Historically, when the Commission proposes new rules, there is a period of time where individuals and entities may comment as to how… Read More

After Receiving Substantial Criticism For Rushed Rulemaking, SEC Extends Comment Period on Climate Disclosure Rule, ATSs & Definition of an Exchange

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has extended the comment period on proposed ESG rules that may compel public firms to disclose their climate risks and impact on the environment. The SEC has received broad criticism in regards to the rushed nature of the rulemaking… Read More

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