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Crypto offers a decentralized alternative to the traditional banking system, while also empowering financial institutions to offer better products and services.

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Decentralized finance (DeFi) uses blockchain-based software protocols to create a new, programmable financial system that allows users to conduct their economic lives without relying on banks or other institutions.

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Concerns about crypto’s energy usage are valid but often overstated, and ignore the industry’s hard work to make crypto sustainable and support the transition to renewables.

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Anti-money laundering (AML) laws are designed to promote financial integrity and prevent illicit conduct while still respecting the right to privacy, a difficult balance to strike in crypto.

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Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are unique files stored on a blockchain that allow holders to exclusively own and control digital assets of any kind, from digital art to decentralized domain names.

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Like other commodities markets, crypto spot markets aren’t comprehensively regulated, but Congress is considering proposals to treat them more like markets for securities or derivatives.

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Securities laws are designed to protect investors from fraudulent or manipulative practices and to provide investors with the information necessary to make informed investment decisions.

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Stablecoins are digital assets that maintain a stable value compared to a national currency like the US dollar, and promise to revolutionize global payments infrastructure and beyond.

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Cryptocurrencies are a sizable generator of US tax revenue, but there are many open questions as to when crypto-related activities are taxable, and for how much.

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