Although many financial institutions in the crypto space hold themselves out as qualified custodians, only Two Ocean Trust has obtained the regulatory imprimatur from a state or federal bank regulator to serve as a qualified custodian for digital...
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) and the Federal Reserve Board today invited comment on a proposed rule that would amend the recordkeeping and
Caitlin Long 🔑🧐 As you read this rule, I suggest you consider it in the context of "the govt will ban #bitcoin" narrative, and ask yourself "would these powerful regulators be defining a compliant way to transact in it if they were about to ban it?"
This article was originally published by the American Crypto Association. Crypto Law Insider Editor’s Note: This week I found out that I was named on the American Crypto Association’s list of Top 25 Crypto Lawyers in 2020. I’m honored to be listed...
Wyoming’s new SPDI charter for Kraken Financial creates a very unique circumstance that I believe has created ‘Unicorn Regulators’ for Fintech, who are at a historic moment in preparing for digital asset bank examinations, similarly to when the FDIC...
Caitlin Long 🔑"UNICORN REGULATORS for #fintech"🦄--yep, that's a good description of #Wyoming, which has made a BIG investment to prepare for the US digital asset industry to land here. It's not just its new #SPDI banks--Wyoming's trust cos are making YUGE inroads too🤠
Protecting, defending, and broadening the rights and viability of independent farmers, artisanal food producers, and their consumers.
Caitlin Long 🔑FOOD FREEDOM! Only in #Wyoming do you see Republicans & Democrats work together to deregulate food supply chains to allow local farmers/ranchers to sell directly to consumers locally. Buy a share of a cow directly from a WY producer!🥩🤠Legal defense fund:
Caitlin Long 🔑1/ FASCINATING MOVE by SEC on whether a trust company qualifies as a bank under its rules. This enforcement action doesn't pertain to #crypto specifically but it applies broadly to the key question--does a trust co qualify as a bank under SEC custody rule?