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  • bitcoinBitcoin (BTC) $ 17,207.15
  • ethereumEthereum (ETH) $ 1,294.10
  • tetherTether (USDT) $ 1.00
  • bnbBNB (BNB) $ 299.11
  • usd-coinUSD Coin (USDC) $ 1.00
  • binance-usdBinance USD (BUSD) $ 1.00
  • xrpXRP (XRP) $ 0.404925
  • dogecoinDogecoin (DOGE) $ 0.105723
  • cardanoCardano (ADA) $ 0.318870
  • matic-networkPolygon (MATIC) $ 0.929929
  • polkadotPolkadot (DOT) $ 5.44
  • staked-etherLido Staked Ether (STETH) $ 1,279.08
  • litecoinLitecoin (LTC) $ 77.52
  • okbOKB (OKB) $ 21.98
  • shiba-inuShiba Inu (SHIB) $ 0.000009
  • daiDai (DAI) $ 1.00
  • solanaSolana (SOL) $ 14.02
  • tronTRON (TRX) $ 0.054926
  • uniswapUniswap (UNI) $ 5.83
  • avalanche-2Avalanche (AVAX) $ 13.20
  • chainlinkChainlink (LINK) $ 7.63
  • leo-tokenLEO Token (LEO) $ 3.98
  • wrapped-bitcoinWrapped Bitcoin (WBTC) $ 17,192.39
  • cosmosCosmos Hub (ATOM) $ 10.49
  • ethereum-classicEthereum Classic (ETC) $ 20.23
  • moneroMonero (XMR) $ 143.07
  • the-open-networkThe Open Network (TON) $ 1.75
  • stellarStellar (XLM) $ 0.089360
  • bitcoin-cashBitcoin Cash (BCH) $ 112.76
  • quant-networkQuant (QNT) $ 122.09
  • algorandAlgorand (ALGO) $ 0.247843
  • crypto-com-chainCronos (CRO) $ 0.065576
  • nearNEAR Protocol (NEAR) $ 1.75
  • filecoinFilecoin (FIL) $ 4.40
  • apecoinApeCoin (APE) $ 3.98
  • vechainVeChain (VET) $ 0.019249
  • hedera-hashgraphHedera (HBAR) $ 0.050690
  • flowFlow (FLOW) $ 1.13
  • internet-computerInternet Computer (ICP) $ 4.08
  • elrond-erd-2MultiversX (Elrond) (EGLD) $ 43.82
  • eosEOS (EOS) $ 0.949237
  • fraxFrax (FRAX) $ 1.00
  • terra-lunaTerra Luna Classic (LUNC) $ 0.000164
  • theta-tokenTheta Network (THETA) $ 0.960937
  • tezosTezos (XTZ) $ 1.02
  • chain-2Chain (XCN) $ 0.042867
  • the-sandboxThe Sandbox (SAND) $ 0.590684
  • aaveAave (AAVE) $ 65.00
  • huobi-tokenHuobi (HT) $ 6.88
  • lido-daoLido DAO (LDO) $ 1.15
thecrowdfundinglawyers.com founder Paul H Jossey recently published a major paper on stablecoins through the Competitive Enterprise Institute. The paper is titled A Market Approach to Regulating Stablecoins, the Future’s Money. The paper garnered widespread praise with JD Alois of Crowdfund Insider stating, “Anyone who is interested in the future of moneyread more >
SEC kills crypto The crypto world is recoiling under massive headwinds. Regulatory uncertainty and the current market downturn, including the spectacular crash of TerraUSD, has left the industry reeling. But while market corrections can shakeout unworthy projects and redirect capital more efficiently, unclear guidance about the rules is intransigent. Myopicread more >
Lawyers
The much-hyped “crypto winter” has emboldened cryptocurrency critics. The usual charges of “Ponzi scheme” (Robert Reich) and “The Big Scam” (Paul Krugman) have returned, more pointed this time. Governments, keen to never let a crisis go to waste, have joined in. One Chinese official, echoing Reich, recently called crypto “Theread more >
South Beach
The attention of financial regulators in the US and globally seems focused on issues far afield from the core mission at a time when turmoil is roiling global markets. Inflation is at 40-year highs and the public is overwhelmingly concerned with pocketbook issues. Yet financial regulators seem fixated on carbonread more >
South Beach
El Salvador Bitcoin problems derive from government The Laser Eyes that have become a signature MEME of crypto enthusiasts are gone from El Salvador President Nayib Bukele’s Twitter profile—a likely acknowledgement of Bitcoin’s recent price slump. The image-conscious leader is wrestling with his country’s massive Bitcoin investment as he tweetsread more >
DAOs solve woke corporation problem Imagine a group of mothers upset about Disney’s opposition to a state parental rights bill in Florida. Instead of merely venting in a Facebook group, the mothers organize around a shared goal: creating alternative programming for kids. start an organization to provide their own educationalread more >
Crypto and crowdfunding could spur new U.S. economy Crypto and equity crowdfunding (Reg CF) are two relatively new concepts that are combining to create new economic models that could overtake current economic paradigms. Both decentralize older models of value transfer and capital raising. Crypto began with a pseudonymous programmer apparentlyread more >
Central Bank Digital Currency
New research from the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) reveals countries are plowing ahead with central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) despite little public appetite and crumbling rationales for proceeding.   CBDCs are knock-off versions of cryptocurrency run by central banks. According to a just-released BIS survey, nine of ten countriesread more >

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