Yesterday marks the divide between the cryptopast and the cryptofuture, possibly in more ways than one.
The blank-check bubble looms over Asia.
Needless to say, the SEC is concerned.
No one’s giving them a blank check anymore.
It has some questions for some banks that they can choose whether or not to answer, for now.
Interim chief Allison Herren Lee keeps taking things off his plate.
It doesn’t sound like Merrick Garland is looking as kindly on the GPB boys as Bill Barr.
It has better things to do, of course, but this is America.
You know, when Elizabeth Warren puts it that way.
The SEC has a different interpretation of Reg FD, alas.
Those parties being the IRS, and the people he was shilling ‘coins to.
Failure to do so can lead to some uncomfortable, $105 million questions.
If you screw with David Swensen, you’d better not get caught.
It’s a surprisingly tough job, but someone’s got to do it.
You can authorize and investigation and you can authorize an investigation and you and you and you, too!
Because in addition to “unemployed,” he can also now call himself “whistleblower.”
GME is back on Robinhood. But so are the SEC and class-action lawyers.
Letting the Redditors have their fun seems to be a bipartisan point of agreement, which is great, because it probably can’t be stopped.
Gary Gensler knows what a cryptocurrency is when he sees it, and XRP may be right in his blind spot.
At least, one whistleblower attorney really hopes so.