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Wyoming Closer To Being First State With Its Own Cryptocurrency; Gordon Doesn’t Like It Though

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(Matt Idler Photos for Cowboy State Daily)

Sen. Chris Rothfuss expressed frustration with a member of Gov Gordon’s staff on Wednesday after she said the governor still had concerns with a cryptocurrency bill. Rothfuss said the governor’s office was “moving the goalposts.”

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Wyoming Lawmakers Work To Tighten Digital Asset Security

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Rep. Jared Olsen. (Matt Idler for Cowboy State Daily)

Private cryptographic keys can’t be changed, which creates a problem for legal processes that Wyoming is working to solve. House Bill 86 will prevent a court from compelling through discovery the invisible code that makes up a private cryptographic key.

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Ambiguous Federal Regs On Digital An Opportunity For Wyoming, Says State Senator

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Sen. Chris Rothfuss, D-Laramie (Matt Idler for Cowboy State Daily)

Nearly 500 decentralized autonomous organizations have registered in the Cowboy State since Wyoming rolled out the red carpet for digital asset companies. They are providing revenue to the state and more opportunity, according to Sen. Chris Rothfuss.

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State Rep Disappointed Gordon Vetoed Bill That Would Have Allowed Wyo To Issue Virtual Currency

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Rep. Jared Olsen said he was ‘sorely disappointed’ that Gov. Gordon vetoed a bill that would allow Wyoming to issue its own virtual currency. “We had the opportunity to be the first in the world with this and … we missed the boat. You don’t get another bite at the apple.”

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