Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Regulations

SEC Ends Ethereum 2.0 Investigation

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has closed its investigation into Ethereum 2.0, providing some clarity but leaving unresolved legal questions regarding the classification and regulation of the network’s transition to proof-of-stake.

Ripple’s Legal Challenges Continue

Ripple is set for a new legal battle after a U.S. judge approved a trial regarding alleged misleading statements made by CEO Brad Garlinghouse in 2017. The case will determine if Garlinghouse's comments about being "very, very long XRP" misled investors, despite Ripple’s attempts to dismiss the claims by arguing that XRP is not a security.

Trump Proposes Green Cards for Foreign Graduates

Former President Donald Trump has proposed granting automatic green cards to foreign students who graduate from U.S. colleges. This marks a significant shift from his previous immigration policies and aims to attract and retain highly skilled individuals in the United States.

Bitcoin Tops $71,000 as UK FCA Welcomes Crypto ETNs

How will the UK FCA's decision to allow crypto ETNs influence the global regulatory landscape for cryptocurrencies?