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Colorado starts accepting tax payments in crypto

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Gov. Jared Polis said earlier this year that Colorado would start accepting tax payments in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Etherum.

What mayors interested in cryptocurrency need to think about

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On the Priorities Podcast, Brookings fellow Tonantzin Carmona says mayors need to take responsibility around cryptocurrency projects.

Crypto's crash tamped down mayors' hype, but cities are still chasing it

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Bitcoin has lost half its value, but many cities are still looking to embrace cryptocurrency, even if there's not really a good use for it.

Texas school district fires employee after discovering crypto mining rigs

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The Galveston Independent School District's IT staff investigating network anomalies found crypto mining devices on six campuses.

Colorado's governor now accepting crypto for donations

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Gov. Jared Polis, who's said the state will take tax payments in crypto, is now accepting donations in bitcoin, ethereum and even dogecoin.

Colorado will accept cryptocurrency for tax payments by summer, says Gov. Polis

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Polis called the move a "consumer-friendly way" to embrace cryptocurrency, but said the state will immediately convert payments back into dollars.

New York Mayor Adams says he's buying crypto with first paycheck

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Adams said he'll use Coinbase, a cryptocurrency exchange, to convert his first paycheck into bitcoin and ethereum.

Another city cryptocurrency? Austin could be next

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Austin, Texas, could become the third city with its own cryptocurrency, but officials there said they're still researching the technology.

Flush with cryptocurrency, Miami wants to give every resident some bitcoin

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Miami Mayor Francis Suarez said the city will partner with cryptocurrency exchanges to provide residents with digital wallets.

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