• SEC Chairman Jay Clayton discussing Bitcoin at CNBC's Delivering Alpha conference, September 19, 2019 (via YouTube.com / CNBC)
    Bitcoin,  United States

    SEC’s Jay Clayton casts more doubt on Bitcoin ETF

    Speaking at the Discovering Alpha conference in New York, the commission’s chairman said people who think an unmanipulated bitcoin price can be found are ‘sorely mistaken’

    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 looking as if he just heard a joke about stablecoins (via SEC)
    Bitcoin,  United States

    SEC Chair Jay Clayton says Bitcoin ETFs are making progress

    The way Clayton described his agency’s concerns during a CNBC interview may be more telling than what he said

    Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton said that agency is closer to approving a cryptocurrency ETF that would let retail investors invest in bitcoin through mainstream brokerage accounts.

  • Andrew Yang wants to be America's first goth president (photo by Andrew Frawley for Yang2020.com).
    Technology,  United States

    U.S. presidential candidate Andrew Yang backs blockchain voting

    The Democratic contender made an official policy statement on August 22, calling the current system of standing in line ‘ridiculous’

    Presidential Andrew Yang established himself as the blockchain Democrat back in April, when he added a call for clear regulation of cryptocurrencies to his policy proposals months before Facebook’s Libra stablecoin proposal made it a hot topic. Now he wants to bring voting onto the blockchain.