New York City Legislation is to Decide on 4 Blockchain Bills

04.12.2017

Member of the Assembly of New York, Clyde Weinel, introduced four bills that will determine the place of blockchain in the legislative system of the State of New York.

The first bill will define the notion of "blockchain technology."

The second bill will assess the possibility of using blockchain based resources to protect voter records and election results.

The third bill proposes to assess the advantages of blockchain in storing records and quickly accessing information.

The fourth bill proposes the creation of a task force that will determine the impact of the Crypto-currency on the New York financial markets.

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