Booting Up: New York Is Considering Implementing Licenses for Bitcoin Sellers

Bitcoin licenses for sellers might become a thing that exists in New York. The state is going to soon start

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Mr. Porter (blogcdn.com)

Bitcoin licenses for sellers might become a thing that exists in New York. The state is going to soon start holding hearings about regulating the digital currency. [The Verge]

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Booting Up: New York Is Considering Implementing Licenses for Bitcoin Sellers