Banks should be able to issue stablecoins without specific approval, Sullcrom memo argues
US federal regulators should not bar banks from issuing stablecoins, according to a white paper prepared by Sullivan & Cromwell, which argues banks already have all the statutory authority they need in order to do so.
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