Lummis-Gillibrand crypto bill likely deferred to next year

Lummis-Gillibrand crypto bill likely deferred to next year

Senator Cynthia Lummis said that non-crypto-versed Senators will need some time to understand and digest the proposals. The major bipartisan crypto bill led by U.S. Senators Cynthia Lummis (Republican) and Kirsten Gillibrand (Democrat) will most likely be deferred to next year according to the duo. Speaking during Bloomberg’s Crypto Summit on July 19, the Senators stated that there is a slim chance that the comprehensive bill would be pushed through the Senate this year, with Lummis noting that: “I think both Kirsten and I believe that the bill, in one piece, as a total bill is more likely....


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