Trump Stopped U.S. Government Shutdown, but the Damage It Did to Cryptocurrency Adoption Is Here to Stay
On January 25, President of the United States Donald Trump put an end to the partial closure of the government, albeit temporary. As a result of the financing agreement signed Friday, the government will be open for three weeks. Although the future is still unclear for US government facilities, returning to work after the 35-day Tramp-Senate crisis, it is time to reconsider how regulators such as the Securities and Securities Commission (SEC) and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC ) were affected and what this meant for the cryptographic market. Trump failed to get money for its border wall, shut down the US government The closure was triggered by $ 5.7 billion in federal funding to build the US-Mexican Border Wall, which Trump demanded during his 2016 presidential campaign, one of the promises of his signature. Initially, Trump claimed that he would recover the costs of the Mexican Wall, but Enrique Pena Nieto's chairman refused to finance the construction.