VX Technologies' Zachary Weiner urges lawmakers to take advantage of Bitcoin's data storage capabilities, noting that the technology is "more than just money" and could help address security concerns.
Wyoming has confirmed that it is searching for an executive director to lead the Wyoming Stable Token Commission that will spearhead its efforts to explore the possibilities of launching a stablecoin.
The bill Senator Cynthia Lummis and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand proposed aims to clarify federal regulations on stablecoins, banking, SEC and CFTC jurisdiction, and taxes.
The deal is the first under Wyoming's Blockchain Interruptible Service Tariff, which the company proposed in 2018, with a $2 credit adjustment per kWh.
American CryptoFed DAO’s registration application contained inconsistent, deficient, and materially misleading statements about its two tokens, according to the securities regulator.
The state has now passed 26 new laws, all catering to the digital assets space. The biggest one so far is centered on a new type of charter that gives quick approval for new digital currency banks.
The American CryptoFed DAO is the very first decentralized autonomous organization to be legally recognized and protected in the USA.
Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon signed HB 133 into law, paving the way for state residents aged 18+ to begin placing online wagers (no retail betting permitted) as early as September 1.
Wyoming's Senate has passed a bill that will legally recognize Decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) as legitimate businesses.
Kraken has become the world's first digital asset bank after receiving approval from the state of Wyoming to form a Special Purpose Depository Institution.
The new law, which is set to come into effects from July 1, allows domestic insurance companies to buy digital assets for the first time.