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New York AG’s Office Seeks Additional Authority Over Crypto Firms

In a May 5 announcement, the NY AG’s office planned to submit a bill called the Crypto Regulation, Protection, Transparency and Oversight Act, or CRPTO, in the state's 2023 legislative session.

Blockchain Association Leaves New York as Federal Regulatory Fight Looms

The Blockchain Association, a crypto industry advocacy group, is exiting New York as it gears up to fight against federal regulators’ increasingly stringent restrictions on the cryptocurrency industry.

New York, Berlin Tied for Second Place as 'Most Important Crypto Hub': Survey

A new survey suggests one European capital is best poised to lure in even more of the industry.

New York Regulator Calls Crypto Theories Associated With Signature Bank Closure 'Ludicrous'

Adrienne A. Harris, the superintendent of New York’s Department of Financial Services, has branded as “ludicrous” the claims that the closure of Signature Bank was related to its crypto business. Harris insisted that the bank’s “high percentage of uninsured deposits” and insufficient liquidity were some of the reasons why it was closed.

CoinEx Sued by New York Attorney General

New York Attorney General Letitia James has sued CoinEx for failing to register with the state, according to a press release from the office on Feb. 22.

New York Sued Crypto Exchange CoinEx for Operating in the State Without Proper Registration

CoinEx has been offering trading services to New York residents without obtaining the required license from the state's Department of Financial Services (DFS)

New York Regulator Investigating Crypto Exchange Gemini Over FDIC Claims: Report

The New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) is investigating crypto exchange Gemini over claims it made related to the safety of its customers' assets, according to an Axios report on Monday.

New York Proposes Crypto Regulations, Plans To Charge Crypto Companies

The New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) has presented a proposal to amend state legislation and charge licensed cryptocurrency companies for regulating them. Although it may seem strange, the DFS frequently charges its regulated non-crypto financial organizations for the costs and expenses of keeping watch over them under the Financial Services Law (FSL).

NYDFS Proposes Regulation Allowing It to Charge Crypto Companies in New York to Supervise Them

The New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) published a proposed regulation on Thursday that lays out how the state regulator would assess New York-regulated crypto companies for costs associated with their supervision.

NYC Mayor Undeterred by FTX Collapse, Insists Crypto Is an Industry "We Must Embrace"

New York City Mayor Eric Adams answered some questions about how the meltdown of crypto exchange FTX affects his crypto stance Tuesday at the Manhattan Family Justice Center.