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President Biden to Appoint an Anti-Crypto and Anti-Big Bank Law Professor as the OCC Head

According to reports, the Biden administration wants to appoint Kazakhstani-American law professor and former policy adv ...

|Sep 23, 2021
New York-based Paxos Acquires Federal Bank Charter From OCC

In a recent announcement, it has been revealed that Paxos based in New York has acquired a Federal Bank charter from OCC ...

|Apr 24, 2021
Biden’s OCC Pick, Mehrsa Baradaran is a Bitcoin Skeptic

President Joe Biden has rumouredly picked a new candidate for OCC chair, Mehrsa Baradaran, who is a vocal Bitcoin skepti ...

|Mar 17, 2021
OCC Grants Conditional Bank Charter to Crypto Firm Protego

Crypto firm Protego has received conditional approval for a federal bank charter from the Office of the U.S. Treasury (O ...

|Feb 6, 2021
Anchorage Becomes First Federally Regulated Crypto Bank

Crypto custodian Anchorage has secured a federal charter from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), makin ...

|Jan 14, 2021
Solana Trading Volume Increases as it Becomes an ETH Alternative

From the past few weeks, it has been seen that the crypto market is performing quite well as most of the cryptocurrencie ...

|Jan 11, 2021
The Tale of Crypto Bulls and Bears Operating Within the Same Government

The embrace of diversity is one of the qualities that define a human race, almost everything has a stint of an embrace o ...

|Jan 6, 2021
OCC Issues Letter, Allowing Banks to Use Public Blockchain Networks

The Office of Comptroller of Currency (OCC) has been publishing various guidelines and letters for banks related to cryp ...

|Jan 5, 2021
Biden Administration Could Roll Out New Crypto Regulations

Acting Comptroller of the Currency, Brian Brooks, appeared in an interview with CNBC last week, sharing several concerns ...

|Dec 28, 2020
Banks Involvement in Crypto Can Water Down the Digital Currency Revolution

The involvement of banks and traditional financial institutions are now becoming more pronounced in the cryptospace, but ...

|Dec 8, 2020