NH Representative Pushes Back on Virtual Currency Regulation

New Hampshire Representative Daniel Tamburello introduced legislation to exempt virtual currency users from Licensing of Money Transmitters. This legislation is similar to the Model Legislation I proposed on this blog in August of last year. Another proposal before the New Hampshire legislature would “requir[e] the state treasurer to develop an implementation plan for the state […]

The Tactics of the BitLicense

“We’re not the kind of agency that thinks we have a monopoly on the truth and that we’re always right. We feel strongly about a lot of the provisions in the proposed regulations, but we get that there might be things we can improve.”  –Benjamin Lawsky Shortly following the proposed BitLicense, a significant portion of […]

M.K. Lords interviews Andreas Antonopoulos

Andreas Antonopoulos is well known in the bitcoin sphere for his expertise in security and cryptocurrencies. His perspective is always unique and refreshing, and I’m very happy he took the time to chat with me. We ran into some technical issues, but the heart of his explanations remained in tact.  We covered a wide variety […]

Bitcoin Goes to Mordor

Mordor, affectionately known as Washington D.C., appears to have taken an interest in bitcoin lately. With the price rising rapidly over the past few weeks, sociopaths under the title of “senators” held meetings this week on what to do about this strange, new digital currency. They asked all of the vital questions: How would they […]

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