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New Hampshire’s House of Representatives passed a bill that goes one step closer towards effectively exempting persons using virtual currency from registering as money transmitters.
An interview with Joël Valenzuela, founder of the Rights Brigade, about how Bitcoin is used to help educate and empower jurors in New Hampshire for preventing victimless crime offenders going to jail.
Poloniex just brought service to New Hampshire to a screeching halt, suspending all accounts in that region due to changes in government regulation.
Yet another business in Portsmouth, New Hampshire starts taking Bitcoin, as the small seaside town’s impressive proportion of Blockchain-related businesses continues to grow.
Where is Bitcoin Heaven on Earth? At the 13th Annual Porcupine Freedom Festival, which includes dozens of talks on everything crypto, and a decentralized market of vendors, almost all of whom take Bitcoin.
Bitcoin mecca New Hampshire just rang in its 200th consecutive weekly Bitcoin meetup in Manchester, the longest-running in the world.
New Hampshire, the Bitcoin mecca of the northeastern United States, claims its third Bitcoin ATM, the only currently operational machines in New England.
New Hampshire, one of the world’s most Bitcoin-friendly communities, also allows you several options for organic fare, all on a budget purely of Bitcoin.
Bitcoin, while relatively new to politics, is supercharging some politicians’ campaigns, facilitating donations, and opening them up to new and dynamic supporter bases.
New Hampshire State Treasury can’t accept Bitcoin for taxes because they are not familiar with the currency.
New Hampshire’s complete Bitcoin ecosystem allows residents to live without problems even when all their income comes in a cryptocurrency.
Interview with four New Hampshire state legislators behind a push for pro-Bitcoin legislation.
Interview with Christopher David of Free Uber on using Bitcoin incentives for swarm-based political activism.
A new bill proposed in New Hampshire could obligate the state treasury to draw up plans to accept Bitcoin as payment for taxes.
The FSP or the Free State Projects members are now allowed to pay for the rent using bitcoins. Still the possibility currently is offered by a single property management company in New Hampshire.
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