12 Aug '13, 3am

Bitcoin companies subpoenaed as New York financial regulators dig for answers

New York financial regulators are asking the Bitcoin industry tough questions as they mull new guidelines to try and rein in virtual currencies. The Wall Street Journal reports that the New York Department of Financial Services has issued subpoenas to roughly two dozen companies connected to Bitcoin, asking questions related to programs against money laundering, investment strategies, and consumer protections. BitInstant, Coinsetter, and other companies — including some backed by the Winklevoss brothers and venture capitalist Marc Andreessen of Andreessen Horowitz — were reportedly among those to be served.

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