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Crypto regulation: SEC Chair Gary Gensler discusses the future of crypto and protecting the public

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SEC Chair Gary Gensler joins Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer to discuss cryptocurrencies.
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  1. I lost every little respect I had left for Gary after seeing the sec educational video talking about meme stocks. Do your bloody job and stop protecting the wrong people. Do what you have said: protect retail investors! and if you claim that some stocks are meme stocks and should be avoided, fair enough! but please just explain how to come to that conclusion instead of just publishing a nonsense video. This is embarrassing the sec is embarrassing.
    Unfortunately the sec doesn't have the guts to listen to their viewers so the commenting is turned off for the video I am talking about. Shame on you.

  2. they have not yet grown up to regulation. Bitcoin and that can't, we're not talking about the utopia and DEX ecosystem. They only know how to mess up (for example, Terra).

  3. Great video really. Also i agree with your opinion, For the newbie if you are actually trading in the crypto space and you don't have a sound mentor. Then you are certainly going to get liquidated in 90% of your trades. Yeah that's the sad truth. For a start you need a good and experienced hand to guide you. Trust me, trading isn't difficult as we see it. With the right Signals and guide, you can earn hugely monthly.

  4. We can all sit back happy many intelligent young men have learned how to watch numbers go up and down on a computer screen. We now realize the fools outside driving trucks and making things were of no actual use to society.

  5. Not really protecting consumers but more like protecting bankers. They dont want the exchanges to give loans and have way lower interest rates than the banks do.

  6. Hello, I'm new to Biticon trade and I've been makin losses but recently I see a lot of people earning from it. Please can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong

  7. Pretty sure the government could give two shits about protecting the consumer. This is a 2 trillion dollar industry still in its infancy, they want a big slice of this pie.

  8. Hello, I'm new to forex and bitcoin/ethereum trade and I have been making huge losses but I recently see a lot of people earning from it. Can someone please tell me what i'm doing wrong

  9. The sec guy looks like a tool.years ago he was super pro crytpo now he is super regulatory.

  10. This is where Concordiums regulation friendly blockchain comes into play. With their user ID function built in at the protocol level there is a perfect balance between accountability and anonymity. The layer one is specifically designed for businesses too!

  11. crypto is not to be regulated. It should be a politics free area. It is a place of relative stability and financial security. I put a good deal of usdt in crypto and I want to know that no gov can take it from with its stupid regulations

  12. they better put back the blockfi investment program back in effect. This is ridiculous, blockfi only has 10 cryptos not 1000.

  13. gensler should stick to eating his own poo and stop attacking crypto. This guy has limited public comment periods and his agency has written law code aimed at crypto without mentioning the word crypto, for example. He is an elitist creep whose purpose isn't to protect average investors, it's to gut competition and support the status quo banking industry. If this creep gets his way, he will likely restrict US citizens from the global crypto markets. Working with the SEC is like working with Putin, it's his way or NO WAY and like Putin, the SEC just makes up BS as it goes. SEC also loves to kick your teeth in while you are working to comply with them. Piss on you genlser, you disingenuous, duplicitous, lying, elitist creep.

  14. Gensler still has hurt the little guy by not allowing for a spot bitcoin etf. SMH. He only helps the rich

  15. Bitcoin recent price action shows evidence that a bottom may be forming, <denying bears any further movement lower. Ethereum price has developed a ridiculously extended hidden bullish divergence condition on its weekly chart, warning of an imminent bullish reversal. XRP price hammered with two major short setups, but sellers failed to push XRP lower. At this point Diamond hands are showing cracks as people start to panic; if you are losing in the current dip or you look forward to start the best way to go is trading with the guidance of an expert. Mark Kristoffer has been one step ahead of other analysis, with her strategy I was able to accumulate 15 BTC in 3week

  16. Gary Gensler… Most likely one of the most out of touch regulators, yet at the same time, "I taught classes on blockchain at MIT so I know what Im doing…" This guys is trying to fit a square peg into a round hole, yet "knows" what he's doing… This guy has done more harm to the United States when it comes to blockchain innovation and will set the US back to the stone age. Hester Pierce should be the one in charge not this Janet Yellen "yes, man". Hopefully a car will run him over…

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