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The United States has maintained the highest gross domestic product in the world since 1871, making it a critical player in the evolution of commerce, finance and technology. The U.S. has been home to some of the most successful, long-standing crypto exchanges and other businesses in the industry. 

Over 10 years later, the role of Bitcoin (BTC) in the U.S.’s evolution into digital finance and commerce is still unclear, as U.S. cryptocurrency regulation is still inconsistent, hazy or, at best, done in a patchwork fashion across the 50 states and other territories. 

Stay tuned as Cointelegraph covers all the important updates and stories regarding the regulation, maturation and evolution of the crypto space. 

Analysis
As the U.S. stock market enters earnings season, analysts explain how Bitcoin could perform after earnings and the presidential election.
Back on track: US macro events unlikely to fully derail Bitcoin price gains
Joseph Young
2020-10-30T17:00:00+00:00
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Raising $10 million out of $117 million to date, INX expects to finish the IPO by year’s end.
INX to boost its $117M IPO with token listings on global exchanges
Helen Partz
2020-10-30T12:59:00+00:00
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SIMBA Chain beat competitors such as Boeing by using blockchain to underpin a war games solution for the U.S. Department of Defense.
Blockchain could become a part of the US military’s strategic weaponry
Marie Huillet
2020-10-30T09:53:26+00:00
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“Binance has always operated within the boundaries of the law,” said CZ.
Binance CEO denies allegations that the exchange’s US arm is a regulatory decoy
Turner Wright
2020-10-29T21:25:36+00:00
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Asian Bitcoin investors now have a new custody option.
Fidelity Investments’ crypto arm expands custody to Asia
Helen Partz
2020-10-29T12:58:13+00:00
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TaxBit’s tool will allow Gemini customers to increase their tax refund.
Winklevoss’ Gemini exchange to count crypto taxes in real time
Helen Partz
2020-10-29T12:00:00+00:00
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Follow up
U.S. regulator's growing distrust in tech companies is not stopping them from extending their services into the crypto industry.
Visa powers one more crypto card amid ongoing antitrust charges
Mohammad Musharraf
2020-10-29T11:51:09+00:00
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Follow up
Canada's central bank recognizes that CBDCs are a necessarily international issue.
Will they or won't they? Central banks eye each other's digital currency moves
Marie Huillet
2020-10-29T11:25:11+00:00
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