Cointelegraph has picked out the five most crypto-friendly American states for different crypto actors, be it casual consumers or large businesses. Most cases involve having fair regulations in place (like allowing corporations to tokenize their shares) or, for instance, local authorities’ willingness to provide special electricity discounts for mining facilities. However, sometimes less is more: California is the most popular location for crypto firms, and unlike New York, it doesn’t oblige them to get any specific licenses.
Crypto pioneer David Chaum is issuing a new digital currency, Praxxis that has the security, speed, and scalability to grow into a replacement of physical cash. The digital asset is built on the so-called Elixxir blockchain, launched early last year.
Antitrust regulators at the European Commission, the executive branch of the European Union, have sent out a questionnaire to determine whether Facebook’s proposed stablecoin Libra is an anticompetitive project.
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