Coinbase President: Infrastructure Bill Is a ‘Setback’

Bloomberg Technology published this video item, entitled “Coinbase President: Infrastructure Bill Is a ‘Setback'” – below is their description.

Coinbase President and COO Emilie Choi discusses the passage of the Biden administration’s infrastructure bill without a cryptocurrency provision and what it may mean for the future regulation of the crypto industry. She also talks about institutional investors, crypto volatility, and competition. She speaks with Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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