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The Paradigm Policy Lab is where we house most of our work in the legal and policy space and our platform for engaging external collaborators. Check our launch post for more information, or contact us directly via email.


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Paradigm Files Amicus Brief Supporting Coinbase's Lawsuit vs. SEC

Today, Paradigm filed an amicus brief supporting Coinbase’s lawsuit against the SEC, which seeks judicial review of the agency’s refusal to provide rules for crypto.

March 18, 2024

Paradigm Files Amicus Brief in SEC v. Kraken

Paradigm filed an amicus brief in SEC vs. Kraken that supplements the arguments made by Kraken and explains, once again, why the SEC’s approach is unsupported by case law and is an unlawful attempt to grant itself new and unpermitted regulatory authority.

March 1, 2024

Paradigm Files Amicus Brief in Support of KalshiEx Congressional Control Contract Case vs. the CFTC

Paradigm filed an amicus brief in support of Kalshi's lawsuit against the CFTC, which challenges the Commission's disapproval of the listing of a prediction market on Congressional control.

February 5, 2024

Paradigm Files Comment Letter on FinCEN's Proposed Reporting Requirements for Mixers

Paradigm today filed a comment to FinCEN’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, which labels all “convertible virtual currency mixing”–defined broadly–as a primary money laundering concern, and seeks to impose a new reporting requirement on all related transactions.

January 22, 2024

Paradigm Responds to the CFPB’s Proposed “Larger Participants” Digital Wallet Rule

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has proposed a rule intended to regulate large centralized digital payment companies, but captures crypto wallets in the process. Paradigm urges the Bureau to appropriately narrow the scope of the rule to exclude crypto wallets, which are quite different than the rule's ostensibly intended targets.

January 8, 2024

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