Ohio Becomes First US State to Allow Taxes to Be Paid in Bitcoin
Ohio has become the first U.S. state to allow taxes to be paid in bitcoin, starting with businesses.
A website launched last year by the U.S. state of Ohio allowing businesses to pay a range of taxes with bitcoin has been taken offline.
County auditors in the U.S. state of Ohio have launched a study of the improvements blockchain might bring to property transfers.
Ohio lawmakers have proposed the launch of a blockchain voting pilot in spite of security experts' repeated warnings against any internet-based elections system.
Overstock.com plans to be the first major business to pay state taxes using bitcoin in Ohio.
Two startup accelerators in the U.S. state of Ohio are reportedly to invest more than $100 million into blockchain firms, and more may follow.