Commissioner Calls for More SEC Cryptocurrency Guidance

The SEC needs to do more to regulate the burgeoning cryptocurrency industry, in part by providing guidance to issuers, advisers, funds and broker-dealers so they can stay in the proper compliance lanes in regard to matters like custody, portfolio holdings, electronic platform obligations, and more. That is the view of agency Commissioner Hester Peirce, who, in a recent speech, said that the SEC, which some feared might go too far in regulating digital currencies, instead has demonstrated "its unwillingness to take meaningful action at all."
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