Wyoming Crypto News
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This U.S. state could legally recognize Ethereum DAOs
DAOs are heralded by many to be the next step in the evolution of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, and one US state could end up taking that leap of faith…legally speaking.
Introducing BeefChain, a rancher-to-retail supply chain traceability solution using Cardano
BeefChain is a Wyoming-based traceability solution on a quest to track the origin of cattle and sheep using Cardano.
Cardano’s-Parent IOHK donates $500,000 to the University of Wyoming
IOHK, the company behind the Cardano project, has donated $500,000 to the University of Wyoming.
Caitlin Long, Blockchain’s Ambassador of Hope: Notes from a RegTech conference keynote
Our collective voice working together is the only way we will ensure this Cascadia region (from Portland to Seattle to Vancouver B.C.) demonstrates continued leadership for decades to come. The impact of Caitlin Long’s visit and keynote at the Seattle University School of Law’s 2nd Annual Innovation and Technology Law Conference focused on RegTech: The […]
Preliminary Injunction Against Blockvest for Fraudulent Securities Offering and Illegal Use of SEC Seal
The SEC filed a complaint against Blockvest and its founder for allegedly making unregistered securities offerings and using the SEC seal without permission.
Wyoming Paves the Way in Blockchain Legislation–Issues New Bill for Tokenizing Stocks
Wyoming continues to spearhead blockchain adoption with House Bill 0185.
Regulations Will Enable The Global Adoption of Cryptocurrencies
Cryptocurrencies have transformed from an idea to something you can pay your taxes with, as four state legislatures issue bills to legitimize cryptocurrencies for tax purposes.
Wyoming Takes Another Step To Become the Cryptocurrency Capital of America
A bill that was tabled last February with the aim of exempting cryptocurrencies from existing property laws has recently been passed by the Wyoming Senate.