A Critical Analysis of the SEC’s Reaction to Crypto Lending 

For the past several years, investors around the world who are interested in owning and holding certain cryptoassets for the long term have had the opportunity to deposit their assets with various companies and protocols and earn interest. One such company is CoinLoan, based in Europe and regulated under applicable EU financial law. It offers […]

Cruel and Unusual Circumstances: The Fed’s Use and Misuse of Penalty Rates

After a political and legislative showdown at the end of 2020, Congress closed the Fed’s most novel Section 13(3) emergency lending facilities—the ones aimed most directly at Main Street. These facilities—supported by Treasury funds allocated by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act—lent only a fraction of their stated maximum lending limits, leaving many criticizing the programs’ overly punitive […]