The Supreme Court stands in WashingtonTony Zerucha·Alt-Finance·September 12, 2015·1 min readThe Daily Dig for Saturday, September 12 ShareTweetShareSubmit Bill Clinton deluded about Glass-Steagall Bill Clinton recently said the repealing of the Glass-Steagall Act had nothing to do with the 2008 crisis. Wrong-o, says Wallace Turbeville. Big banks on verge of settling swaps lawsuit Fourteen companies, including 12 banks, are about to settle a lawsuit over credit derivatives by paying a reported $1.87 billion. Katy Burne reports. Equity crowdfunding portal risk management Equity crowdfunding portals face many risks, but there are strategies which address them, writes Oscar Jofre. Lending Loop makes P2P accessible for average CanadianSee alsoAugust 20, 2018Bitcoin Circles $6500 as Volatility Drops to 14-Month Low, Altcoins Slump For as little as $50 ($38 US), Canadians can invest in peer-to-peer loans with Lending Loop. Clare O’Hara reports. Chinese P2P exec sees industry complementing big banks Dianrong CEO Soul Htite believes traditional banking and peer-to-peer lending can easily co-exist. Danny Leung reports. Like this article? Take a second to support us on Patreon!