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Bitcoin-related tweet data show California, Oregon and Nevada comfortably beating the East Coast and other Bitcoin melting pots such as Austin, Texas.
Christopher David, CEO of blockchain-based ridesharing startup Arcade City, has run afoul of the law in Texas. Austin sent 10 officers to serve David a citation.
Government regulations have forced Uber and Lyft out of Austin, Texas, but decentralized ridesharing service Arcade City is rushing into the city to fill the void.
Texas has proven to be a frontline state within the Bitcoin and Blockchain ecosystem.
Several factors makes Texas an ideal state for Bitcoin mining and Blockchain. But how ideal is the Bitcoin environment for the residents of Texas?
Bitcoin ATM network company CoinSource announced instalment of two BTMs: in California and Texas.
The United States SOCOM has outlined how it views Bitcoin, admitting to monitoring and tracking transactions. A proposal for a decentralized local dark market has been published aiming to use the blockchain itself to share offers and requests for purchases. T-Mobile Poland installs its own BTM and much more news for March 30.
The second annual Texas Bitcoin Conference opened its doors in Austin on March 27 and will run through March 29, 2015. CoinTelegraph had the chance to speak with Paul Snow, the organizer of the event and President of the Texas Bitcoin Association.
Facebook Messenger adds a new payment feature, Coinapult gets hacked for 150 BTC, MGT Capital Investments suspends merger discussions with Tera Group, 'Evolution' Dark Net marketplace turned out to be a scam, and more top stories that happened on March 18.
Bitcoin core developer Jeff Garzik has signed a deal to have his full-node satellites built, ready to be launched into orbit. IBM is rumored to be working on its own version of Bitcoin designed to introduce instant euro and dollar payments. Large sybil attack discovered as huge node network found to be working to undermine blockchain anonymity, and much more that happened on March 13.
The question of whether Bitcoin can be considered “money” from both a legal and tax perspective in the United States has been in the news a great deal recently. The latest chapter comes again from Texas and Federal Magistrate Judge Amos L. Mazzant.
While other states like Ohio have shown bizarre resistance to payments in Bitcoin for alcoholic beverages, Texas has proved once again that it is ahead of the pack as far as Bitcoin adoption goes.
It’s all the rage in politics. Democrats are doing it. Federal-level politicians are doing it, and state-level politics are trying to get on it too. Hell, even some Republicans are taking a stab at it.
The state of Texas just keeps one-upping itself when it comes to embracing digital currencies. After recently unveiling one of the United States’ first Bitcoin ATMs and a candidate for governor accepting bitcoins in his campaign, a new oil and gas data provider in the Lone Star State has begun accepting Bitcoin.
The Texas Department of Banking (DOB) has announced that it will not treat Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as money in a memo, whose pdf document version, interestingly enough, is no longer available here.
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