California Bill Would Legally Recognize Blockchain Stocks
California Senate Bill 838 would allow businesses to store, issue and transfer shares information on a blockchain.
Rep. Soto and Rep. Schweikert call for recognizing blockchain signatures as legal instruments in their new bill.
A bill introduced by Rep. Tom Emmer could clarify the status of digital tokens issued as part of a securities offering under securities law.
Wyoming DAO LLCs have to be domiciled in the state, which could be a point of confusion for denizens of the decentralized web.
Now in its second year, the New York State Senate's Internet and Tech Committee has approved two blockchain bills, which now go to the full Senate for a vote.
A bill proposed by an Ohio Senator would let the state legally recognize blockchain records and smart contracts.