Idaho Cryptocurrency Laws
Regulation of Digital Currencies: Cryptocurrency, Bitcoins, Blockchain Technology
|SB 1303: Effective as of 7/1/2016.
Key Impact: Regulates fiduciary management of digital assets, including digital currency.
|Illinois||SB 1464: Approved by Governor on 8/23/2019; effective as of 1/1/2020.
Key Impact: Would define“virtual currency” as a digital representation of value used as a medium of exchange, unit of account, or store of value, which does not have legal tender status recognized by the United States.
Blockchain Information & Resources:
- Anti-Collusion | What Is Obfuscation?
- Blockchain Attacks: Is No One Safe in the World of Cryptocurrencies?
- Blockchain Technology Explained: What is Blockchain and How Does It Work?
- Digital Currency Transmission Laws and Regulations by State
- Hard and Soft Forks: A Detailed and Simplified Explanation of How Blockchains Evolved
- Legal Issues around Cryptocurrency
- Merkle Trees
- Permissioned and Permissionless Blockchains
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Virtual and cryptocurrencies are built on blockchain technology—a technological innovation that allows for a distributed, decentralized digital ledger generally built upon cryptographic mechanisms and complex consensus protocols. From a legal perspective, many of the tax, regulatory, and other legal issues associated with blockchain technology and cryptocurrency require understanding this underlying technology.
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We are dedicated to staying at the forefront as these emerging technologies continue to revolutionize social and economic activities. Contact us to schedule a consultation, or call (214) 984-3410 to discuss your cryptocurrency and blockchain technology concerns.