California is one of the fifty US states located on the West Coast of the country. It is the first state in the USA in terms of GDP and is popular for its climate and multinational composition of its population. California is also famous because of Silicon Valley, which is the world’s center for digital technologies, the electronic industry and scientific research. In terms of Bitcoin in California, authorities are in the process of approving California’s Bitcoin License so that it can be possible to regulate operations using cryptocurrency. Using Bitcoin in California is definitely legal. However, getting this license will have a higher cost relative to other states. In addition, because of the high density of leading technology companies, Bitcoin conferences in California are quite frequent events that host famous cryptocurrency experts and speakers.
Decarbbitcoin Labs is contributing to Environmental Justice Communities in California by showcasing the green potential of Bitcoin mining.
The race to ‘decarbonize Bitcoin’ accelerates with Decarbbitcoin Lab initiative
“We’re believers in [Bitcoin] and hopefully it continues to go up and maybe we can find some big free agents with some of the proceeds.”
MLB team will HODL Bitcoin received from suite sales, says president
A new blockchain system will be used to manage and track COVID-19 exposure among students and staff in multiple charter schools across California state.
Charter schools in California to use blockchain system to fight COVID-19
Citing the need to focus on business, venture capitalist Chamath Palihapitiya has put his political aspirations on hold.
Billionaire Bitcoin investor backs away from California governor bid
‘Calexit’ is now a crypto-friendly independence initiative.
Could California become its own crypto-country?
Originally seeking to define digital assets, the bill now orders for a study to look at the impact of digital assets if these were securities.
California Moves Forward With Digital Asset Bill
The consolidated class-action lawsuit against the Tezos Foundation appears likely to end in a $25M settlement which might forestall further SEC action.
Tezos Likely Avoiding SEC Action With $25M Class-Action Lawsuit Settlement