"Some people want to buy and sell Bitcoin so we're offering services to do it." makes as much sense as "some people voted for Trump so we should treat their opinions as legitimate."
The problem is that the NCUA is allowing member credit unions to engage in this nonsense to be "competitive."
Friends are working on getting public banking in California, and hopefully those can be set up with charters which explicitly ban crypto.
Also, is the NCUA prepared four when they have to cover accounts at CUs that fail because they wanted to "be competitive" (a concept that should be antithetical to the idea of a CU)
ZOMG! The Fediverse. It's like the Metaverse, only with less Metaverse and more queerness.