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Bitcoin is now considered “money” under D.C. law; What this means for BTC

with insights from Neeraj K. Agrawal Coin Center

News broke earlier today that a federal court ruled that Bitcoin is defined as “money” under the law in Washington D.C.

Bitcoin is now considered “money” under D.C. law; What this means for BTC

Cover art/illustration via CryptoSlate

News broke earlier today that a federal court ruled that Bitcoin is defined as “money” under the law in Washington D.C.

The ruling came about as a result of a court declining to dismiss criminal charges against a man who operated an underground Bitcoin trading platform accused of laundering money.

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