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Rep. Davidson Sees Place for Blockchain in US Manufacturing Despite Congress’ Concerns

United States pro-crypto Congressman Warren Davidson (R-OH) has once again called for clear regulations of blockchain industry to maintain U.S.…

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Two Pro-Crypto US Congressmen Note Bitcoin White Paper’s 11th Birthday

U.S. Representatives Patrick McHenry (R-NC) and Warren Davidson (R-OH), have encouraged Bitcoin (BTC)-powered innovation on the Bitcoin white paper’s 11th…

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Why Libra Isn’t Ready and Congress Not Buying Zuckerberg’s Testimony

Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg returned to Capitol Hill to testify before Congress on Oct. 23 about the company’s planned use…

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After 6 Hours of Zuckerberg Testimony, Congress Still Hates Libra

Yesterday, Oct. 23, Cointelegraph reported from the United States House of Representatives as the Financial Services Committee questioned Facebook CEO…

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Libra Could Serve as Counter to Chinese Digital Currency, Says Zuckerberg

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified before the United States House of Representatives Financial Services Committee today regarding the Libra stablecoin…

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Facebook Would Leave Libra if It Launched Too Early

Facebook could withdraw from the Libra Association — the governing body of the eponymous stablecoin project — should it launch…

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Zuckerberg Hearings Before Congress on Libra

Disclaimer: This article will be updating live for the duration of the Oct. 23 hearing. Please check in for the…

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You Have to Defend Money to Defend Freedom

In an interview with Cointelegraph on Friday, Oct. 18, United States Representative Warren Davidson gave his thoughts on the Securities…

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Telegram Bombshell, Zuckerberg to Testify, Ripple Row: Hodler’s Digest, Oct 7–13

Coming every Sunday, Hodler’s Digest will help you track every single important news story that happened this week. The best…

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US Lawmakers Ask Federal Reserve About National Digital Currency

Members of the United States House of Representatives Financial Services Committee asked the Federal Reserve whether there are any plans…

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