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Don't bother running from regulation, said an influential agency director at a key government hearing on Monday 18th November – because in the long term, there's nowhere to hide. FinCEN director Jennifer Shasky Calvery warned virtual currency companies against fleeing US shores in the hope of more lenient regulatory frameworks elsewhere. "If business is going to leave the United States based on perceived or actual regulatory burden, I always believe that they're going to find that gain short-lived,” she said. Calvery was responding to a question from Senator Tom Carper, chair of the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee Hearing on Virtual Currency. He asked her about the danger of US companies leaving the US, and taking jobs and revenue with them, because of strict regulatory guidelines in the US.
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Jamie Lim (8 months ago)
Remember this name...SATOSHI...
Shan Dani (1 year ago)
What's wrong with the woman behind Patrick Murck? She's making conspicuous expressions for attention to herself. Very irritating.
indo (1 year ago)
funny how the first thing they do is tax. u would think the first step is offering security and insurance of the peoples money
barnesdouglass (1 year ago)
This whole idea of providing "banking" to third world countries that don't have access needs to be reconsidered. Banking is another mechanism of control - they will make sure you are always indebted to them, you'll essentially be a slave
Tanisha Adjo (1 year ago)
Buy bitcoin and protect your money
Marek Trochan (1 year ago)
many criminals true.. many working in banks..
Marek Trochan (1 year ago)
criminals don't want you to do crimes.. so be good boys and girls.. stay poor and stupid or you will pay price..
Trent (1 year ago)
Congress: End the War On Drugs and you've solved 95% of your "problem" that you have. And freed up over half of all prison space, and $50 billion dollars a year.
David Simons (1 year ago)
$1BIL of sales and anonymity is oxymoron.
Trent (1 year ago)
No it's just the way politicians have to behave to get re-elected, making everyone think they have all the answers and will give them all free stuff, when in fact they have no flippin' clue what's going on in regular American's lives nor do they have the ability to arbitrarily give Americans everything for free like Obama promised. It's a commie fairy-tail.
Clockwork_Gaming (1 year ago)
Trump made Bitcoin it was the greatest folks lol
Clockwork_Gaming (1 year ago)
I must disagree trump is not the greatest president he is doing that stupid show of power with tanks in US streets do you know it cost nearly 11million last time they did this after gulf war there are people being deployed with guns that dont shoot straight and bayonets that have tips broke off spend that money on the military equipment instead if a show of power that pisses me off
Trent (1 year ago)
I wouldn't blame Trump if he put just 1 million in nearly every major crypto, then donated the profits to help the truly needy. Not the bums that refuse to get jobs because they get more money from taxpayers to stay at home than to work.
Checked Book Social (1 year ago)
Hello everyone Keep your crypto currenies don't let the government stop you from making your investments as they are losing in the banks
Sandile Ngwenya (1 year ago)
All those guys giving testimonies are shaking in their boots. They are trying to convince all of us that they have everything under control. The truth is that bitcoin and other cryptos are not easy to trace and control, especially if privacy coins are used.
Trent (1 year ago)
An influential agency director at a key government agency can't hold a tide with a broom, the consequent flood of crypto users are reaming the DOLLAR, and REGULATION WILL NEVER CONTROL THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.
Trent (1 year ago)
DEAR ERNIE: END THE WAR ON DRUGS, END ALL PROHIBITIONS, THEY DO NOT WORK! JUST LOOK AT ALCOHOL PROHIBITION. Oh yeah and tobacco kills more people than just about every other drug combined.
Trent (1 year ago)
Oh and a word on the "opiate crisis." The FDA and DEA are trying to outlaw an HERB, literally ground up/powdered leaf matter, from a tree native to Southeast Asia called mitragyna speciosa, or KRATOM. Kratom is NOT an opiate NOR an opioid. It does NOT cause respiratory depression, which is what kills people who take opiates like heroin, morphine, and other codeine derivatives, and also opioids like Tramadol. I can not find a single death attributed to kratom only, without other depressants in the victim's system concurrently. IF WE LET THE FDA AND DEA CONTINUE LYING ABOUT KRATOM'S SAFETY PROFILE, THOUSANDS, POSSIBLY MILLIONS OF PEOPLE WHO USE KRATOM TO STAY OFF HEROIN AND PRESCRIPTION KILLER DRUGS, WILL LIKELY FALL BACK ON THE KILLER DRUGS AND DIE. I can say just about unequivocally that the number of deaths of drug users will increase DRAMATICALLY if Kratom is made SCHEDULE 1, like the FDA and the DEA want. I also kicked tobacco and alcohol with the help of Kratom, and can personally attest that KRATOM ALMOST ELIMINATES OPIATE WITHDRAWALS.
Trent (1 year ago)
We need AG Sessions to be ousted, his views are not in any way aligned with the majority, nor his constituents, really. We need to move to a system based on the one that Portugal adopted. Last I heard, since decriminalization of all drugs, heroin deaths were CUT IN HALF, and more heroin and opiate addicts got help to get off the opiates than ever before. An American case would be Colorado. Sure, social conservatives think they can push people around and tell them what they can and can't do, but in the real world, cannabis legalization has drastically CUT NEARLY ALL CRIME in the state, and is also raking in millions in tax dollars for a state that simply isn't very big, nor ideal for growing cannabis. Imagine if Texas went full legal. We would surpass every state in every metric, aside from the collection of tax dollars.
Social Crusader (1 year ago)
Harvard reported in 2015 that they estimated 400,000 Americans alone die from pharmaceutical drugs. The Journal of the American Medical Association reported in 1999 that 200,000 Americans were dying from big-pharma, nothing was done. Sessions is condemning cannabis while insisting he is attempting to take on the opioid crisis. The system has been broken for a very long time. We need a miracle.
Douglas Cornish (1 year ago)
The "AML Bitcoin" solves all the governments laundry problems. Digital identification procedures must be followed....There is great transparency.
Social Crusader (1 year ago)
AML Bitcoin is currently valued at 1.25 and some believe it has the potential to be 4 figures because of mass worldwide adoption.
Weather watch (1 year ago)
Kevin Graham (1 year ago)
Is Ms. Shasky still at FinCEN? Or HSBC?
Kevin Graham (1 year ago)
When is this video from?
CK'sGaming Channel (1 year ago)
Internet needs liberty or it will fight back
Kevin Graham (1 year ago)
CK'sGaming Channel when is this video from?

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