• New York calls for more scrutiny of cryptocurrency exchanges as it launches 'fact-finding' inquiry

    8 days ago - By Telegraph


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  • New York to investigate cryptocurrency exchanges

    New York to investigate cryptocurrency exchanges

    8 days ago - By Engadget

    As the SEC and other US regulators look for ways to deal with cryptocurrency, New York is taking a step forward. The state's attorney general, Eric T. Schneiderman, sent letters to 13 virtual currency exchanges on Tuesday that request specific disclo...
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  • NY attorney general asks bitcoin exchanges to explain themselves - CNET

    8 days ago - By CNET

    A new fact-finding inquiry seeks to discover how the exchanges work and what they're doing to fight bots, money laundering and market manipulation.
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  • New York investigates cryptocurrency trading exchanges

    8 days ago - By Phys.org

    New York state authorities on Tuesday said they have launched a probe into platforms that trade cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, including potential fraud and conflicts of interest.
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  • Bitcoin just dropped sharply and suddenly

    Bitcoin just dropped sharply and suddenly

    8 days ago - By Business Insider

    Bitcoin fell by more than 2% in a matter of minutes Tuesday afternoon.
    The severe drop comes just hours after New York's Attorney General launched an investigation into crypto exchanges.
    Follow bitcoin's price in real-time here.
    The price of bitcoin tumbled more than 2% in a matter of minutes Tuesday afternoon, just hours after New York's Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced an investigation into major cryptocurrency exchanges .
    It wasn't immediately clear what may have caused the sudden drop, but Schneiderman's letters to 13 major cryptocurrency platforms, including New York-based...
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  • The owner of the New York Stock Exchange is expanding its crypto tool aimed at Wall Street

    The owner of the New York Stock Exchange is expanding its crypto tool aimed at Wall Street

    8 days ago - By Business Insider

    ICE, the parent of the NYSE, is expanding its bitcoin data product, Lynn Martin, the head of the exchange's data business, told Business Insider.
    The so-called Cryptocurrency Data Feed went live in March, and is aimed at institutional trading firms, banks, and hedge funds.
    One of the largest exchange operators in the world is diving deeper into crypto.
    Intercontinental Exchange Group, the parent company of the historic New York Stock Exchange, is looking to expand its crypto data product, the Cryptocurrency Data Feed , which aims to provide banks, traders, and other Wall Street firms with...
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  • New York attorney general to crypto exchanges: Please, tell us more about yourselves

    8 days ago - By Technology Review


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  • New York launches cryptocurrency inquiry, saying people lack 'basic facts'

    8 days ago - By The Guardian

    Attorney general says inquiry into policies and practices of cryptocurrency platforms is an effort to protect consumers
    The New York attorney general, Eric Schneiderman, launched an inquiry into cryptocurrency exchanges on Tuesday arguing that consumers often don't have access to “basic facts” about how they operate. Schneiderman described the inquiry into the policies and practices of platforms used by consumers to trade cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin as part of a broader effort to protect cryptocurrency investors and consumers.
    Related: Bitcoin's soaring value was down to 'infected'...
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  • New York's attorney general is investigating bitcoin exchanges

    New York's attorney general is investigating bitcoin exchanges

    8 days ago - By The Verge

    New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman launched an investigation into bitcoin exchanges today, his office announced. He's looking into thirteen major exchanges, including Coinbase, Gemini Trust, and Bitfinex, requesting information on their operations and what measures they have in place to protect consumers.
    “Too often, consumers don't have the basic facts they need to assess the fairness, integrity, and security of these trading platforms,” Schneiderman said in a statement. His office sent detailed questionnaires to the thirteen exchanges, asking them to disclose who owns and...
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