The SEC floated a rule in late January to bring some of the biggest players in the U.S. bond market further under its regulatory umbrella. The newest version of the SEC’s plan is no regular one, though. Or at least not in the eyes of, strangely, cryptocurrency investors, lobbyists, and executives. “I’ve been referring to this as probably the biggest rulemaking the SEC has ever done,” says Goodwin Financial Industry and Digital Currency & Blockchain Technology partner Nick Losurdo, who previously worked as counsel to former SEC Commissioner. “And I do mean ever.” Read the Fortune article here.