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# California News

October 4, 2018 by at Blockchain, News, Platform, Regulation
On September 28th, 2018, the state of California passed two blockchain bills into law. The two bills, each tabled by different members of the state’s legislative houses, define blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and allow innovations backed by this technology to have legal standing. California's pro-blockchain advocacy group, the Blockchain Advocacy Coalition played...
September 23, 2018 by at Bitcoin, Finance, News, Regulation
California’s campaign watchdog arm, the Fair Political Practices Commission, ruled that candidates will not be allowed to receive donations for political campaigns with cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, the Associated Press reported on September 21, 2018. Cryptocurrency Donations a Threat to Political Transparency A new ruling from the state's political watchdog says...
A bill for the creation of a blockchain study group was approved by both houses of the California legislature. California Steps Up California has always had a historical prominence on the tech industry in the U.S., however when it comes to the digital industry and the blockchain, California has stepped...
February 25, 2018 by at Blockchain, Business, News, Regulation
Ian Calderon, a California lawmaker, introduced a bill named Assembly Bill 2658 on February 15, intending to make blockchain signatures and smart contracts legal. The Assembly Member proposed to update state’s electronic record laws by incorporating blockchain signatures and smart contract as part of the legislation. If the bill is...
November 15, 2016 by at Bitcoin, Business, News
California, Nevada, and Massachusetts legalized the recreational use of Cannabis on November 9, but the banking sector will reject Cannabis dispensaries as clients. This could be the perfect opportunity for Bitcoin. But, once again, the cryptocurrency alone does not magically solve every problem. Hippies and Rastafarians from California, Nevada, and...
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