Block on Trump's Asylum Ban Upheld by Supreme Court
The Great Seal of Wyoming features a rancher near a banner with the words "Livestock" and "Grain" on it, and a miner next to a banner that reads "Mines" and "Oil." They may also want to add "Bitcoin" to their mining operations.
The Equality State just enacted 13 laws aimed at enabling blockchain innovation, in a move to become the home of digital asset creation, storage, and development. So, is the "tax-friendliest state in the United States" about to become the Bitcoin-friendliest state?
As reported by Forbes, the new blockchain laws cover a wide swath of digital asset and financial technology issues. The new rules:
Go Back East Just a Little Ways, Young Man!
So, does this mean Cheyenne will replace San Francisco as the tech capital of the country? Maybe not. As Caitlin Long points out, you don't necessarily need to move to Wyoming to take advantage of the new legislation. If you are a financial tech company specializing in digital assets, however, the Cowboy State may be an attractive place to experiment and innovate.
To see how the new laws might benefit your blockchain biz, contact an experienced commercial attorney in your area.
Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.