Ohio Could Become Next US State to Legally Recognize Blockchain Data
A bill proposed by an Ohio Senator would let the state legally recognize blockchain records and smart contracts.
Lawmakers in Colorado want the state to study the potential of blockchain technology in water rights management.
Rhode Island lawmakers have introduced a bipartisan bill to exempt blockchain tokens with a "consumptive purpose" from securities laws.
The Commerce Committee of the U.S. state of Connecticut has filed a new bill that would authorize the commercial use of blockchain smart contracts.
The U.S. state of Wyoming has passed several bills aimed to make the state a top destination for cryptocurrency and blockchain businesses.
Lawmakers from the U.S. state of Wyoming have introduced legislation proposing the issuance of tokenized stock certificates using blockchain tech.