Fed’s Waller joins chorus of concern over crypto

Christopher Waller
Christopher Waller
St Louis Fed

US Federal Reserve governor Christopher Waller has became the latest in a growing chorus of central bankers warning about the risks posed by crypto assets, and raising the prospect of regulation.

“High volatility is the rule, not the exception; fraud and theft occur regularly, often at large scale. Your whole pot is always on the table; you take part at your own risk,” Waller said in remarks on June 3.

Though Waller said he did not want to “weigh in” on whether crypto should be regulated, he

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