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4 Wyoming bills could boost blockchain, tech growth

Wyoming is famous for its national parks, like Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons, but it may soon be known as a place to fund and grow a blockchain startup. The second bill, House Bill 0101, sponsored by Rep. Jared Olsen, R-District 11, would enhance the ability of autonomous vehicle and Internet of Things (IoT) companies to easily file LLCs. To read more, please click here.

Blockchain group opens Cheyenne office

CHEYENNE – Canadian blockchain company BlockCrushr Labs opened its first U.S. office last week in Cheyenne, arriving before the state Legislature considers changes that would encourage more such businesses to operate in the state. BlockCrushr Labs CEO Scott Burke announced the move Wednesday. Company leaders have filed for a Wyoming subsidiary, BlockCrushr Wyoming LLC. Burke supports the state’s recent push for cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. Their other office is in Halifax, Nova Scotia. BlockCrushr Labs develops and commercializes blockchain technology. Founded in April 2016, its leading product is TokenClub, a monthly initial coin offerings subscription service. Similar to a Kic

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