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March 20, 2019

# Wyoming News

A Utah state senator has introduced a bill that could exempt cryptocurrency and blockchain technology-focused businesses from the state's money transmission laws. If passed, Utah would become the next after Pennsylvania and New Hampshire to classify virtual currency businesses outside the ambit of money transmission regulations. Utah: The Next Cryptocurrency...
February 5, 2019 by at Altcoins, Bitcoin, News, Regulation
New Hampshire is a step closer to begin accepting cryptocurrency as a form of tax payment. As of February 2, 2019, the house sub-committee voted unanimously on a bill that would allow such payments. Following in their Footsteps In late 2018, Ohio made history as the first U.S state to...
Wyoming has categorized blockchain-based cryptoassets into three main groups, digital consumer assets, digital securities, and virtual currency, to enable investors, legal authorities, as well as financial institutions, to easily distinguish between all types of digital assets and handle them optimally, reported finder on February 4, 2019. Three Formal Classification for...
January 14, 2019 by at Bitcoin, Business, Finance, News, Regulation
On January 11, 2019, the Wyoming State Legislature passed two bills relating to cryptocurrency. The first, bill 62, defined blockchain tokens as personal property and the second, bill 57, facilitates the creation of a sandbox to encourage the growth of fintech firms. Blockchain Tokens Defined as Personal Property According to...
March 19, 2018 by at Altcoins, Bitcoin, News, Regulation
The world of cryptocurrency world has morphed into a whole new ecosystem within the past couple of years, and even as the industry surges ahead daily regarding developments and technological advancements, there is little development on the regulatory front. Generally, the two federal agencies that serve in the U.S, that...
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