On Thursday, a judge granted Ira Kleiman’s attorney a 21-day extension on the motion to quash the subpoena against Modern Consensus contributor Brendan Sullivan (that’s me). This, along with a yet-to-be published interview with Craig Wright and a document filed in court earlier this week, leads me to think that settlement talks are in the works. I’ll go through all three documents and why they matter.
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton again threw cold water on the idea of listing Bitcoin on an exchange traded fund (ETF) anytime soon.
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton may feel that his agency is getting closer to approving an index fund tracking cryptocurrencies, but it’s apparently not close enough for the Chicago Board Options Exchange, which just withdrew its application to create a Bitcoin EFT.
Facebook once again defended its Libra cryptocurrency, this time in front of a group of central bankers at a conference on the regulation of stablecoins held in Switzerland on September 16.