The Federal Reserve System is the central bank of the United States. "The Federal Reserve System was created on December 23, 1913, when President Woodrow Wilson signed the Federal Reserve Act into law." Federal Reserve has control over monetary policy exclusively for the benefit of the United States. Typical monetary functions are money issuance, money price, interest rate, and more. Since the US Dollar has served as the de facto world currency. Federal Reserve has inevitable influences on the stability of the monetary and financial system and monetary policies of other countries.

Is Soaring US Inflation Rate Hurting Bitcoin's Revival Chances?
Key inflation data in the U.S. for June was just released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on Wednesday, what kind of consequences to the development of cryptocurrency?
Federal Reserve Conference Casts Doubt over Digital Dollar Project
The Federal Reserve Conference report provides how the US central bank envisions a CBDC taking shape. However, the review pointed out that a comprehensive policy is still lacking for delivering CBDC.
Are Institutional Investments Fueling Correlation Between Crypto and Stock Markets?
With macroeconomic factors like interest rate hikes affecting both stocks and crypto, this begs the question: are institutional investments propelling the correlation between the two markets?
Crypto Bank Custodia Files Lawsuit against Federal Reserve for Delaying Master Account Application
Wyoming state-based digital asset bank Custodia has filed a lawsuit against the authority for unlawfully delaying a decision on its applications for a master account.
American Bankers See No Compelling Case for Digital Dollar
The ABA said that it has not seen a compelling case for the pursuit of the Digital Dollars as any attempt to float the new form of money will undermine the role of banks and private financial institutions in the country.
Bitcoin Climbs to $40K Despite Fed’s Interest Rate Hike, Is Sell The Rumor Buy The News Playing Out?
Despite the Federal Reserve (the Fed) increasing interest rates by half a point (0.5%), Bitcoin soared by 6% to reach $40,002.
US Federal Reserve Raises Interest Rates since 2018: Implications for Crypto
The United States Federal Reserve has raised its interest rates by 25 basis points, the first time in about three years it will be making such a move since Dec. 2018. The implications for crypto is considered.
Bitcoin Falls Below $44K, Attributed to the Fed Plans to Raise Interest Rate in March
Attributed to the preliminary raise of the interest rate in March, revealed by the U.S. Fed, Bitcoin's price fell below $44,000 and the lowest trading price was as low as $42,413.
Galaxy Digital CEO Says Powell’s 2nd-Term at US Fed Reserve Could Hurt Crypto Market
Mike Novogratz talked about critical impacts on the crypto market following Jerome Powell’s reappointment as Federal Reserve chairman.
Three Major Central Banks Play a Pivotal Role in Bitcoin Adoption
Market analyst Holger Zschaepitz believes that the big three central banks, namely the Federal Reserve (Fed), the Bank of Japan (BoJ), and the European Central Bank (ECB), have been instrumental in Bitcoin adoption.

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