Crypto is taking hold in Congress, but 2020 elections will likely slow down legislation
January 15, 2020, 5:46PM EST · 6 min read
- 2019 saw the introduction of dozens of crypto and blockchain related-bills that could see movement in 2020
- Despite the 2020 election year, more will likely be introduced, and some on the floor of Congress could spark further dialogue
- Study bills are the most likely to move forward for now, but policy advocates say the crypto questions remain on lawmakers’ minds.
2019 saw the introduction of a number of crypto and blockchain-related bills in the U.S. House of Representatives. Despite increasing interest in creating a regulatory framework in the wake of Facebook’s Libra, policy advocates say they don’t expect much movement in 2020. Coin Center has identified at least 27 crypto and blockchain related bills introduced […]
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