Savings, checking … and now cryptocurrency accounts
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BNY Mellon, the country’s oldest bank, plans to offer cryptocurrency services to its clients. Plus, a new challenge to the ballot measure that exempted Uber and Lyft from California's gig economy law. And, the Department of Housing and Urban Development says it's extending protections against housing discrimination to include LGBTQ people.
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Ride-hail drivers, union file lawsuit challenging California's Proposition 22
Marketplace’s Nova Safo has more.
Mainstream banks may offer a layer of legitimacy to cryptocurrency that is appealing to big institutional investors.
They'll be protected under the Fair Housing Act.