United States House Committee on Financial Services
House Democrats warned that, without oversight, the digital currency could quickly become "too big to fail.”
"No other bank would lend him money. We want to understand that relationship," the congresswoman tells Chris Hayes.
House lawmakers slammed the effort, saying it was "designed to put off meaningful accountability as long as possible."
A bill from Sen. Mark Warner envisions a future when anyone could get a predatory loan at 380 percent interest.
Privacy laws don't apply to Congressional requests to release information, they say in a letter to the bank.
House Financial Services Committee members seek possible money links.
An "enormous package of gifts for Wall Street and the worst actors in finance” passed in a House committee Thursday.