Posts by FTX addressing a range of policy and regulatory topics affecting the company, including written testimony submitted to the U.S. Congress and other policy-making bodies.
This post describes and explains how FTX handles transaction fees charged by blockchains. To summarize, FTX absorbs and subsidizes fees charged by efficient, environmentally friendly blockchains. FTX absorbs almost all fees charged by other blockchains. However, FTX reserves the right to pass-through some or all of high per-transaction fees charged on some transfers on less efficient blockchains.
Written transcript of FTX Co-Founder and CEO Sam Bankman-Fried's hearing before the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry on “Examining Digital Assets - Risks, Regulation, and Innovation.”
Hearing Before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Financial Services
In this piece we identify a series of ten principles (and in some instances, proposals) that should guide policy makers and regulators as they build the regulatory framework for spot and derivatives crypto markets.
There are a large number of parts of the cryptocurrency ecosystem that are in need of further and clarified regulation. We see three primary areas as the first priorities: stablecoins, token issuances, and markets. In this post, we will give a brief overview of possible regulatory frameworks for each of these areas.
In this initial post, we identify the key policy objectives that we believe regulators and the industry should pursue. We will shortly also publish some educational observations on the structure, size, and composition of cryptocurrency markets, and provide some information about FTX, its businesses, and its goals.