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Felix Shipkevich December 21, 2017

FinCEN Resource Center (financial institution contact), FRC@FinCEN.gov Immediate Release December 04, 2017 FinCEN Seeks to Strengthen Public-Private Partnership to Combat Financial Crime WASHINGTON — The United States Department of the Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) launched the FinCEN Exchange program today to enhance  information sharing with financial institutions.  As part of this program, FinCEN, […]

Felix Shipkevich December 13, 2017

Public Statement Statement on Cryptocurrencies and Initial Coin Offerings SEC Chairman Jay Clayton Dec. 11, 2017 The world’s social media platforms and financial markets are abuzz about cryptocurrencies and “initial coin offerings” (ICOs). There are tales of fortunes made and dreamed to be made. We are hearing the familiar refrain, “this time is different.” The […]

Prehina Pramee June 8, 2017

WASHINGTON, D.C. —Today, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) brought action against Intercept Corporation, a payment processor and two of its executives, Craig Dresser and Bryan Smith for the illegal authorization of withdrawals from consumer accounts by their clients.  The lawsuit was filed in federal district court in which the CFPB asserts that Intercept ignored […]

James McEvoy June 26, 2014

California Assembly Bill 129 will make digital currencies, which include Bitcoin, Dogecoin, and others, legal in the state of California. California Governor Edmund Brown must sign for the bill to pass. An archaic Corporation law called Section 107 barred the usage of forms of money not considered legal US tender. Bill 129 would confirm digital […]