California Is Open to Allowing Crypto Political Donations
Candidates for public office in California may soon be able to accept cryptocurrencies as donations, though the practice has not yet been codified.
A 21-year-old student from the U.S. who stole over $7.5 million in cryptocurrency via SIM-swap hacks has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
IBM and two other organizations will marry blockchain and IoT to help manage groundwater usage in an "at-risk" Californian aquifer.
A key lawmaker in the California Assembly has proposed exempting some digital assets from the state’s definition of corporate securities.
Candidates for public office in California may not receive donations in cryptocurrency, the state's political watchdog has ruled.
The California legislature has finalized a bill directing the state to examine blockchain technology and how to update existing law to account for it.