Recently, U.Today reported that the crypto heavyweight Ripple had set up an office in Washington, D.C., close to the US regulators.
Now, the company hires a former executive of Bank of America to do the talking with the SEC for them.
Meanwhile, Brad Garlinghouse says the MoneyGram CEO calls him asking to launch On-Demand Liquidity in more markets.
Ben Melnicki has announced his new position on his official Twitter page. As per LinkedIn, his CV includes Global Regulatory Council at Blockchain crypto wallet provider, Chief Compliance Officer at Noble Bank International, Swap Dealer Compliance Director at Bank of America and other high ranking positions dealing with regulatory issues. Read More...