As the bill states:
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The basic premise is that a gun would be fitted with some kind of hardware sensor that could broadcast a transaction to a blockchain every time the gun... Read More
Further, the measure also includes a stipulation about who exactly owns the information secured by a blockchain.
An Arizona legislator wants to amend state law to account for blockchain signatu... Read More
The advancement of the measure further demonstrates a growing trend within US state legislatures to act on bitcoin and blockchain issues.
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Lawmakers in the lower chamber of Arizona’s legislature have unanimously advanced a bill that enshrine blockchain signatures and smart contracts under state law.
HB 2417 was introduced earlier this... Read More
Proposed legislation that would prevent the use of blockchains to track guns in Arizona has failed, public records show.
Early last month, House Bill 2216 was introduced with the aim of prohibiting... Read More
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