DeFi May Not Herald Independence Day From Traditional Banking
PYMNTS, 05 July 2021
Independence Day weekend brings to mind freedom, of course. And before too long, we may have independence from the banks, from the third parties, and from the financial system itself. Or maybe not.
The promise of decentralized finance (DeFi) is that the advent of cryptocurrencies, and perhaps more significantly, blockchain, will eliminate the reliance on the traditional players in financial services. Continue reading “Article: DeFi May Not Herald Independence Day From Traditional Banking”
JPMorgan Admits Wrongdoing In Illegal Trading Allegations, Will Pay Record $920 Million To Regulators
Sergei Klebnikov, 29 September 2020
JPMorgan Chase will pay a record $920 million to resolve a criminal investigation by three federal agencies over its role in the alleged manipulation of precious metal and Treasury markets, federal regulators said on Tuesday.
JPMorgan agreed to a settlement that resolves investigations by the Justice Department, Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
As part of the deal, the bank will admit to wrongdoing and pay a record fine of $920 million, according to a statement from the CFTC on Tuesday. Continue reading “Article: JPMorgan Admits Wrongdoing In Illegal Trading Allegations, Will Pay Record $920 Million To Regulators”