The association submitted Freedom of Information Act requests as part of an investigation into how regulators’ actions “improperly contributed” to the collapse of three banks.
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The United States-based crypto advocacy group Blockchain Association called on financial regulators to provide information related to the potential “de-banking of crypto firms” in the wake of the failures of banks including Signature, Silicon Valley Bank, and Silvergate.
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In a March 16 notice, the Blockchain Association said it had submitted Freedom of Information Act requests to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the board of governors of the Federal Reserve System, and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency for documents and communications that could potentially
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