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by Jesse Coghlan, Coin Telegraph:
During a panel at the 2019 MIT Bitcoin Expo, Gensler called out the securities regulator for its “inconsistent” approach to spot Bitcoin ETF approvals.
Gary Gensler once criticized the United States securities regulator for its “inconsistent” approach to spot Bitcoin
The video clip, which has recently made the rounds again on social media, shows the pre-SEC Gensler discussing blockchain regulation at the 2019 MIT Bitcoin Expo in a fireside chat with United States Securities and Exchange Commission Commissioner Hester Peirce.
by Harvey Organ, Harvey Organ Blog:
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by Mark E. Jeftovic, Bombthrower:
What we now call “The Cantillon Effect” was known far back as circa-1730, by at least one economist. It hasn’t been taken very seriously in modern times, especially here in the fiat age.
Named after its author, Richard Cantillon, in his “Essay on Economic Theory” (“Essai sur la Nature du Commerce en Général”) — it is his only surviving work and was published posthumously in 1755, more than 20 years after he was murdered by a former cook whom he had dismissed from his household. The disgruntled ex-employee, returned by night, robbed his home, then set it ablaze, with Cantillon — and the rest of his manuscripts, within.
by Chris Menahan, Information Liberation:
Capital is flooding into El Salvador thanks to President Nayib Bukele’s hugely successful crackdown on gangs.
NEW YORK, July 19 (Reuters) – Investors in El Salvador international bonds are relishing 60% returns this year alone as debt issued by the Central American country recovers from calls of doom and default, with some betting the rally is not quite over yet.
by TheDarkMan, The Duran:
Cheques (or checks in American parlance) have been with us a long time. Although they take a while to clear, they are safer to use than cash, especially for large purchases. At one time, ordinary people, especially women, would not be issued with chequebooks by their banks. Cheques have two big advantages over cash. If you sign a cheque for a thousand dollars then lose it or it is stolen, you simply put a stop on it with your bank whereas if you lose cash, it’s usually gone forever. Cheque payments can also be traced, so again, they are safer than cash.
by Brayden Lindrea, Coin Telegraph:
“I’ve been working on a new electronic cash system that’s fully peer-to-peer, with no trusted third party,” Satoshi wrote in an Oct. 31 email in 2008.
Today marks 15 years since the pseudonymous creator of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, shared the Bitcoin white paper to a mailing list of cryptographers on Oct. 31, 2008 — a date also annually celebrated as Halloween.
by Mish Shedlock, Mish Talk:
SEC Says Binance Misused Customer Funds, Ran Illegal Crypto Exchange in U.S. The SEC seeks to shut down Binance.
Crypto assets are down across the board today as as SEC filing says Binance ran an illegal crypto exchange that commingled client funds to a third party owned by Zjao, the Binance founder.