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New York AG Letitia James Seeks New Crypto Regulatory Powers for AG’s Office and NYDFS: Report

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Andrew Hinkes, a partner at law firm K&L Gates, tweeted that the bill was “destined to fail” because it misunderstood crypto. It won’t be possible to apply the provisions to decentralized organizations, and the market doesn’t exist to offer the kind of auditing or insurances James is proposing, Hinkes said.

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