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The proliferation of blockchain laws across the United States

In June 2017 two US states - Nevada and Vermont - passed laws concerning blockchain, with the legislation following a law enacted in Arizona in April this year on the same subject. The laws address, for example, contract enforcement in regard to blockchain transactions, something that is not standardised across the US. Kari Larsen and Kimberly Chow describe here the latest US state efforts alongside activity at a federal level on blockchain, and discuss the kind of regulation industry is looking for.

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