cryptocurrency

South Carolina tribe wants to be like Delaware, but for crypto businesses

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The new Catawba Digital Economic Zone in South Carolina is launching legal codes and inviting businesses to incorporate there.

Shawn Riley looks to clean energy and crypto in post-CIO life

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On the Priorities podcast, North Dakota CIO Shawn Riley says he’s excited to work on clean energy and crypto when he leaves government.

North Dakota CIO Shawn Riley leaving for crypto-mining outfit

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Shawn Riley, North Dakota’s CIO of six years, is leaving to join the cryptocurrency-mining company Bitzero International.

San Jose, Calif., partnership with crypto company Helium was a flop

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A crypto-mining operation that promised to pay the internet bills of 1,300 low-income San Jose households only generated enough to cover 86.

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.

Cryptocurrency presents new challenges and opportunities for local authorities

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Why state and local governments need to pay attention to the evolution of cryptocurrency in their jurisdictions.

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.

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