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Federal regulators warn banks on crypto: Be careful
Three agencies aim to keep traditional banks from getting too involved in cryptocurrency, which has lost value and seen corporate meltdowns.
SEC suit against crypto exchanges is latest effort to regulate a largely unregulated industry
The Securities and Exchange Commission is suing Gemini Trust Company and Genesis Global Capital for selling allegedly unregistered securities.
Can crypto restore its credibility?
Despite a raft of prosecutions and losses to investors in the billions, some say the industry has what it takes to find its feet.
FTX debacle worsens crypto's trust issues
The industry is trying to distance itself from the collapsed exchange. Can it?
Amid downfall of crypto exchange FTX, an absence of regulation and rescuers
FTX operated outside the confines of traditional regulations, and its customers are unlikely to recover their funds, says Semafor's Liz Hoffmann.
Crypto asset meltdown prompts calls for regulation
The Securities and Exchange Commission isn't the only agency that could do it.