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The Ethereum Free Pass, Fair Notice and the Fight Ahead

By John E. Deaton, Founder and Host, CryptoLaw. I believe we have reached a turning point in the fight against the Securities and Exchange Commission’s unfair and abusive treatment of XRP holders in its lawsuit against Ripple. So much evidence has come out in this case that exposes the outrageous actions of the SEC and […]
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When We Face the Government, the Crypto Community Must Unify and Rise

By John E. Deaton, Founder and Host, CryptoLaw. The apparent defeat over the crypto tax reporting measure in the infrastructure bill was a vivid warning.  The U.S. government doesn’t know what it’s doing on crypto, but it’s taking action anyway.  A $2 trillion economic sector is too ripe a target for a government that has […]
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Calendar of former official provides insight into SEC regulatory intent, Satoshi stumble

By Eleanor Terrett , Charlie Gasparino. September 29, 2022. (Fox Business) The meeting schedule of a former official of the Securities and Exchange Commission provides a detailed roadmap into the agency’s thinking as it began to weigh how best to reign in the burgeoning digital-asset business, but it could also buttress the growing sentiment that Wall Street’s top […]
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Ripple vs. SEC: 189 Page Hinman Calendar Revealed Covering His Entire Tenure

By Lele Jima. September 28, 2022. (The Crypto Basic) Eleanor Terrett, a Fox Business journalist, shared some interesting information about the public calendar of SEC’s Bill Hinman, covering his entire tenure at the commission.  “I have received a copy of Bill Hinman’s public calendar covering his entire tenure while at the @SECGov,” Terrett said.   Some of […]
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The SEC’s Reckless Crusade to Crush the Cryptocurrency Market

By Gerard Scimeca. September 26, 2022. (Real Clear Markets) The laws of physics dictate that nature abhors a vacuum, an interesting phenomena considering how many federal regulatory agencies simply love one. Harkening back to the New Deal, it has become accepted that wherever a gap may exist in the regulation of human activity, a federal […]
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