Category: Currency

Robinhood IPO – Continued Regulatory Issues After Going Public

BY: Aspen Schneider, RBFL Student Editor Throughout its eight years of operation, Robinhood has faced many problems. The company has been penalized by multiple regulatory bodies for a variety of offenses. In response to the penalties, Robinhood has made hopeful additions to the board of directors and made various improvements within the platform. However, regardless […]

Regulatory Landscape in Wyoming and Wyoming’s Leadership in Cryptocurrency

BY: Melissa Pereira, RBFL Student Editor Cryptocurrency (“Crypto”) financial technology may be the future of transacting. However, there are regulatory obstacles to overcome before widespread adoption and usage can be achieved. My developmental article extensively discusses these regulatory obstacles, the need for a clear regulatory framework of crypto, Wyoming’s leadership in implementing crypto-friendly regulation, as […]

Evolving Taxation of Cryptocurrency Under the Biden Administration

BY: Kaden Killpack, RBFL Student Editor In the last decade, cryptocurrency investment and exchanges have skyrocketed. Popularity has surged because of the widespread use of the internet, transaction speed, and reliability. Cryptocurrency is bought, sold, mined, and traded over the internet through a network of thousands of computers. There is no centralized server that holds […]

Student Blog: Facebook’s newest project – Libra

by Inri Panajoti, RBFL Student Editor Facebook recently announced its new currency, termed Libra. Libra’s mission is to “enable a simple global currency and financial infrastructure that empowers billions of people.” Globally, about 1.7 billion adults do not have access to traditional banking and international money transfer fees average around seven percent of the amount […]