Browsing the "North Carolina" Tag

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Thailand Targets New Crypto Taxes While Others Move to Ease Burdens

| Nikhilesh De

A weekly roundup of regulatory moves by different nations and agencies.

US State Regulators Hit BitConnect With Second Cease-And-Desist

| Nikhilesh De

North Carolina became the second state to halt BitConnect's ICO after issuing a temporary cease-and-desist.

Bitcoin Mining is a Family Business for This Father and Son

| Stan Higgins

In Raleigh, North Carolina, a father-and-son team are bucking the trend of industrial bitcoin mining.

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Bitcoin Provisions in the North Carolina Money Transmitter Act

| Todd Bryant

An expert provides an overview of new cryptocurrency provisions recently added to the Money Transmitter Act in North Carolina.

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North Carolina Governor Signs Bitcoin Bill Into Law

| Pete Rizzo

North Carolina today expanded its Money Transmitters Act to cover activities related to bitcoin and digital currencies.

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North Carolina Senate Approves Bitcoin Bill

| Michael del Castillo

A bill requiring money transmission licenses for companies working with digital currencies in the state of North Carolina has passed.

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‘Blockchain-Friendly’ Bill Moves Forward in North Carolina

| Pete Rizzo

A bill designed to bring digital currencies under North Carolina's money transmitter framework is moving forward in the US state.

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North Carolina Exempts Select Bitcoin Businesses from Regulation

| Pete Rizzo

North Carolina has carved out new regulatory exemptions for select bitcoin and blockchain businesses.

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Bitcoin Firm Xapo Cuts North Carolina Access

| Yessi Bello Perez

Bitcoin services provider Xapo has confirmed that it will no longer operate in the state of North Carolina.

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North Carolina Senate Committee Advances Bitcoin Bill

| Stan Higgins

A legislative bill to include bitcoin and digital currency related business activities has advanced in the North Carolina Senate.