West Virginia Lawmakers Want to Make Bitcoin Money Laundering a Felony
Legislators in West Virgina want to make it a felony to launder money with bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
The West Virginia Secretary of State disclosed the attempted hack occurred during the 2018 election cycle.
It's not just America's biggest banks that are worried about cryptocurrency adoption, public filings show.
West Virginia will not continue with its use of blockchain-based mobile voting software Voatz amid security concerns from experts.
A new Virginia bill would form a subcommittee to research the impact of implementing blockchain technology within the state's government.
Lawmakers in the US state of West Virginia have completed work on a bill that would make it a felony to use bitcoin for laundering money.