If passed, the bill would allow tokenized certificates to serve as immutable legal proof of stock ownership.
Vermont’s Office of Secretary of State and Department of Financial Regulation signed a memorandum of understanding to launch a pilot program testing the use of blockchain by captive insurance companies.
The approvals come after a review process that began last August.
Nano’s days in court pile up as more former investors seek justice.
The BitConnect saga continues, this time with Australian director John Bigatton.
The agency’s extensive report outlines what individuals must document on their taxes, with future reports set to handle cryptoasset transactions involving businesses and companies.
The Federal Council commissioned further analyses by the Federal Department of Finance and the Federal Department of Justice and Police to improve the country’s financial landscape.
The European Commission is asked to further its analysis of blockchain technology and how it can help European importers and exporters take advantage of preferential trading agreements.
A French member of parliament (MP) says 2019 must be the year of blockchain in France, recommending that the equivalent of around $568 million USD in government funding be diverted to the new technology.
Jared Rice, Sr. and Stanley Ford settle with the SEC, but Rice’s days in court are hardly over.