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- The European Central Bank has withdrawn a request it made in 2017 for greater powers to tackle financial stability risks in the euro-denominated derivatives market. The bank said the way its request had been handled by the European Parliament and EU national governments had led to a result that risked limiting its freedom of action more than empowering the ECB to act, the Financial Times reported.
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What do the investigation by FBI special counsel Robert Mueller and bitcoin have in common? Potentially, they’re both connected to a Russian hacker named Alexander Vinnik. The crypto world is lousy with individuals who have criminal records, in addition to all the criminals who haven’t been caught yet. Among those in the former is Alexander Vinnik, a Russian programmer affiliated with the bitcoin (BTC) exchange BTC-e, which has been indicted by a grand jury of the Northern District of California for operating an unlicensed money service business, as well as helping cybercriminals by laundering up to $9 billion worth of...Read more
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