Bitcoin inside of a bubble with a question mark. Questions over the future of cryptocurrency regulation. (Source: Shutterstock)

Federal agencies took their first step toward regulating stablecoins, raising concerns that the tokens could threaten the U.S. economy while making a big bet on the bitterly divided Congress to put guardrails on the fast-growing market.

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