Nevada Legislature to Play Key Role in Advancing Blockchain Industry
May 27, 2019, Northern Nevada Business View, by Rob Sabo
The passage of Senate Bill 398 during the 2017 Legislative Session proved to be a precursor of many blockchain-related bills up before the current session. SB 398 allowed blockchain-based electronic records to be legally recognized, and Washoe County was quick to act by issuing blockchain-based marriage certificates beginning last year. As the blockchain sector continues to grow, its impacts on the private and public sectors are still being defined, and the handful of bills in front of the current legislative session that address blockchain in various ways are an additional bellwether of blockchain’s growing importance in the Silver State. To read entire article click here.
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