Crypto critics and supporters are wondering if the US Securities and Exchange Commission could have done more in light of the descent of the FTX cryptocurrency trading platform and all of its current waterfall consequences.
A lot of questions have been asked to the Observers anticipate hearing pertinent and the US Congress over the present weeks.
First charge was dropped
Democratic senator Menendez of the state financial department was questioned if the US Securities and Exchange Commission might have conducted a better, thorough investigation into the FTX crisis. To the question, he agreed firmly.
In addition to that, when asked if he would interview Securities and Exchange Commission member G. Gensler about the matter, he also gave an affirmative response.
In Sam Bankman-Freed’s SEC lobby, Republican T. Emer spoke out against decentralized finance while he was still in the Capitol.
Emmer responded that he had numerous inquiries about the former CEO and founder of FTX’s involvement with the SEC. Those who support digital assets have been harshly critical of Gensler.
FTX becomes a simple mark as fraud charges against it increase
Industry attorneys also rushed to point the finger at the SEC. According to Alex Lindgren, a legal partner at LLOY, such a catastrophe might not have happened if many of the market’s activities had not been conducted outside of the United States due to lack of participation and uncertainty from the very beginning.
It is important to find out why the local police were unable to comprehend the full situation. The FTX lawsuit raises concerns about the SEC’s priorities, as for the statement from Garrison and Johnson.
It was stated that even though the SEC was not at fault for the current crisis, there are significant concerns regarding how the SEC is allocating its funds.
Nevertheless, a few of Gensler’s most vociferous detractors shot down the idea, saying no. Recalling that this occurred on an offshore exchange, he urged critics to be mindful.
Before deciding whether the SEC should pursue FTX with greater vigor, the senators claimed they needed more information.
Senator C. Lumis claimed that despite 130 organizations connected to the SEC suffering losses, people in different countries are reserving judgment on it.