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Restricting share buybacks (E1345)

Max and Stacy check out Bernie Sanders and Chuck Schumer’s ideas on restricting share buybacks. The two senators want to restrict buybacks unless the company in question pays their employees at least $15 per hour. They look at the recent history of share buybacks to a time when it was illegal to engage in the practice. Max continues his interview with Simon Dixon of BnkToTheFuture.com about the recent Satoshi Roundtable and the return to bitcoin maximalism. They discuss regulations around the world relating to the sector and whether or not China will continue to crackdown. They also look at Kraken’s recent purchase of a futures trading firm and what this means for bitcoin users and investors.

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